Charles D. Dunbar|
500 Lee Street East
Charleston, WV 25301-3202
(O): (304) 340-1196
(F): (304) 340-1080
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Charles D. Dunbar is a Member of the Firm, where he practices in the Commercial Law Practice Group in the Charleston, West Virginia, office. Mr. Dunbar's legal concentration focuses on banking, corporate and securities, business and commercial, contracts, international and emerging companies law. Mr. Dunbar was also English speaking counsel to a Germany‑based long‑wall mining manufacturer with interests in the United States, Canada and Australia.
Mr. Dunbar has been representing the interests of West Virginia financial institutions for thirty years. Examples of his experience representing the financial services industry, include:
Representing financial institutions in over 100 mergers and acquisitions
Advising financial institutions on regulatory and compliance issues
Presenting to financial institutions, trade associations and bar associations in the areas of Law of Deposit Accounts, Corporate and Financial Services Law and Commercial Law
A graduate of West Virginia University, Mr. Dunbar received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration (1979), followed by earning Certified Public Accountant status one year later. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Dunbar earned a law degree from the West Virginia University College of Law, where he was Order of the Coif and Executive Editor of the West Virginia Law Review.
Mr. Dunbar is also a frequent lecturer to academic and professional organizations, Mr. Dunbar's presentations include talks on corporate and securities law, consumer lending, consumer checking accounts, general consumer protection, business issues, currency reporting, the Uniform Commercial Code and general business and litigation. Most recently, Mr. Dunbar authored the article, "Interest, Inducements and the IRS, Compliance with Regulations Q and D in the New Competitive Landscape," for American Banking Association Bank Compliance Magazine. Mr. Dunbar is a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society.
In addition to a number of scholastic honoraries, Mr. Dunbar has been recognized in many publications dedicated to business and legal excellence. He has been listed in the premier guide, The Best Lawyers in America®, for banking law since 1995 and for corporate law.