Charles W. Wexler
is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School. He holds a Diploma from the Parker School of Foreign and Comparative
Law at Columbia University. He is admitted to practice law in Texas, New York and Michigan. Mr. Wexler was Special Assistant
to the Attorney General of Michigan.
Mr. Wexler was a partner in a Detroit law firm before joining the Legal Department
of Chrysler Corporation, where he concentrated on litigation. He defended Chrysler in trial and appellate courts in Michigan.
This litigation involved franchise terminations and successful defense of Dealer Day in Court matters where violations of
federal antitrust statutes were alleged. Mr. Wexler defended suits charging personal injuries and property damage caused
by emissions from plants. He has tried wrongful termination cases.
Mr. Wexler was elected Assistant Secretary of
Consolidated Edison Company of New York in 1970 where he served until joining Exxon in 1973 as Corporate Counsel in Marketing,
Refining and Production functions. He was elected a Director, Secretary and Counsel of the Exxon Gas System, Inc. and later
joined Esso Eastern, Inc. handling financing for international joint ventures in the electric power generating business.
entered private practice in Houston, representing clients in the petroleum and communications industries. This practice has
also involved commercial real estate transactions and trials, and appellate litigation. The firm practices Probate, Guardianship,
Elder and Family Law.
Mr. Wexler has practiced before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, and
the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has been a speaker at meetings of the Michigan State Bar and the National Bar Association,
and has been active in committees of the State Bar of Texas.