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Charles Steven Blatteis

Charles Steven Blatteis

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Attorney Charles Blatteis practices law in Memphis, Tennessee at the Blatteis Law Firm, PLLC.  Attorney Blatteis provides legal services to both U.S. individuals and entities doing business and investing in the United States and abroad through corporate and transactional legal work.  He also assists foreign nationals and immigrants with their litigation matters in the United States. Mr. Blatteis also serves officially as a “Consulting Attorney” for the Consulate General of Mexico in Little Rock as well as for the Consulate General of Peru in Atlanta.  Attorney Blatteis is peer review rated “AV Preeminent,” the highest rating by Martindale Hubbell attorney ratings.    A first generation U. S. Citizen of Hispanic and German descent, Charles Blatteis is bilingual in English and Spanish at the legal professional level and speaks French at the conversational level.   Charles Blatteis graduated from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service with a BSFS in International Law, Politics and Organization and a Certificate in Latin American Studies.  He obtained his J.D. in Common Law from Tulane Law School along with a Certificate in European Legal Studies.  Over the years, Mr. Blatteis has held various positions in international business and/or law with employers as diverse as International Paper Company in their Memphis headquarters and Baker and McKenzie (the world’s largest international law firm) in their Chicago headquarters.  He has also worked as a partner in Memphis at the Bogatin Law Firm and most recently at the Burch Porter & Johnson, before establishing his own firm.  Attorney Blatteis has also been awarded a United States patent as a co-inventor of an ecologically friendly manufacturing process, which has subsequently been patented in various countries worldwide.   Attorney Blatteis is active in Memphis area civic affairs.  A representative sample of such public service involvement includes current or prior service on the following Boards of Directors:  the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Memphis Branch (for which he served for seven years as a Director and was Chairman of the Board for three years);  the Board of the Memphis Regional Chamber of Commerce (for six years as a director and also for four years as the Chairman of the Chamber’s International Business Council);  Leadership Memphis, Inc. (for three years as a member of the Board of Directors); the United Way of the Mid-South (for six years as a member of the Board of Directors); the Pink Palace Family of Museums (currently, a Trustee on the Board of Trustees); and the Friends of the Levitt Pavilion Memphis, Inc. (for six years as a Director).  Mr. Blatteis also serves or has served as a Director, Chairman, or President for the Boards of Directors of various Hispanic Chambers of Commerce in Memphis:  the Mid-South Latino Chamber of Commerce, the National Hispanic Professionals’ Organization (Memphis Chapter); and the Hispanic Business Alliance, Inc.