Charles Casteel is a successful and nationally recognized trial lawyer, based in Denver, Colorado. He’s tried numerous cases and defended many major corporations in product liability cases throughout the country over the past 30 years. He’s also counseled and litigated the resolution of numerous commercial contract, insurance coverage, fraud and labor law matters. He’s worked with automobile and pharmaceutical manufacturers, producers of construction, farming, mining and railroad machinery and equipment, aircraft component part manufacturers and insurance companies. In the insurance law area, he’s also provided liability coverage opinions and litigated issues involving insurance coverage. As community service, Charles has served as president of the Denver Bar Association, on the Board of Governors for the Colorado Bar Association, on the Colorado Supreme Court’s Grievance Committee, and as general counsel to the Greater Denver Chamber of Commerce. He is a fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has been listed in Who ’s Who Legal, lnternational Who’s Who of Business Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America®, Super Lawyers Business Edition, and Who ‘s Who in Denver Business supplement to The Denver Business Journal since 1998. He has been on the Board of Directors for the Product Liability Advisory Council, an associate with the American Board of Trial advocates, and a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel. He’s also lectured in local and national continuing education trial practice programs, and has been an instructor at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) Rocky Mountain Regional Conference.
Charles began integrating his meditation practice into his career and life path several years ago. During this time, he’s also participated in weekly meditation practice groups and bi-annual workshops. Meditation is Charles’ approach to staying grounded, centered and open to professional and personal solutions he feels are otherwise unavailable. It has allowed him to connect to himself and others in ways that encourage full expression of himself and to realize opportunities when they present themselves. Over the last several years he has taught his approach to meditation (heart-centered) to others in a variety of individual and group settings. His participation in this venture is based on his first-hand experience with the beneﬁts of his meditation practice in his professional life as well as his desire to help others obtain their full potential.
|Denise M Kay|