Charles Carreon’s CV


  • State Bar of California (1987 – present)
  • Federal District Courts of California for Central, Eastern and Northern Districts (1987 – present).
  • Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals (1987 – present)
  • Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (2016 – present)


University of California, Los Angeles Law School:  Juris Doctor (1986); John Olin Fellow in Law and Economics (1985); Law Affiliates of Los Angeles Scholarship winner (1985); La Raza Law Students tutor/mentor; Extern Clerk for 9th Circuit Judge Arthur Alarcon (1985-1986); Chief Comments Editor, Federal Communications Law Journal (1983-1986)


General Counsel, North American Association of Visionary Churches:  Chief legal officer for an interfaith assembly of visionary churches.  (2012-2023)

Charles Carreon, Attorney at Law: Sole practitioner with boutique Intellectual Property transactional and litigation practice.  (2007 – 2012)

Online Media Law, PLLC: Represented clients in federal trademark and copyright litigation.  Won landmark cases to recover some of the world’s most valuable stolen Internet domain names, including and  Managed corporate acquisitions and legal affairs for owners of premium domains and Internet properties. (2000 – 2007)

Federal Public Defender (Criminal Justice Act Panel Attorney):  Represented over fifty criminal defendants in Oregon federal prosecutions.  Conducted two trials to verdict and various appeals.  (1995-2001)

Jackson County District Attorney’s Office:  Deputy prosecutor in Medford, Oregon, prosecuting DUI, domestic violence and theft.  Tried over forty jury trials.  Improved protocols for domestic violence investigation by local law enforcement, and publicly promoted new norms in domestic violence prosecution. (1994-1995)

Mazursky Schwartz &Angelo:  Trial attorney with respected Los Angeles plaintiff trial firm.  Secured numerous settlements and tried four solo one-month civil trials to verdict.  (1990-1993)

Reboul, McMurray, Hewitt, Maynard & Kristol / Ropes & Gray:  Associate with New York City based international firm that merged into Ropes & Gray.  Represented Louis-Vuitton and Ashton-Tate in trademark and copyright enforcement actions.  Represented Mitsubishi Motors Co. in product liability litigation.  (1988-1990)

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius: Associate with the world’s fourth-largest firm, during that time period.  Securities and commercial litigation.  (1986-1988)

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