Charles J. Moxley, Jr., Esq. – Arbitrator and Mediator

Charles J. Moxley, Jr.

  • Fellow, College of Commercial Arbitrators
  • Fellow, Chartered Institute
    of Arbitrators
  • Adjunct Professor of Law, Fordham Law School
  • Distinguished ADR
    Practitioner in Residence, Benjamin N. Cardozo
    School of Law
  • Attorney at Law

Contact Information

Charles J. Moxley, Jr.
850 Third Avenue, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10022
(212) 329-8553 (office)
(212) 687-7714 (fax)
(917) 699-8801 (cell)

Charles Moxley’s Experience

As an arbitrator and litigator for over 35 years and a mediator for over five years, Mr. Moxley has had experience in a wide range of cases in the commercial, securities, insurance, construction, energy, IP and other areas. He has also taken extensive training in the ADR area and, in recent years, has become a trainer for the American Arbitration Association and the Dispute Resolution Section of the New York State Bar Association, teaching others how to be effective arbitrators, conducting their cases in such a way as to achieve for parties and counsel the promise of arbitration –– expeditious, efficient, and fair proceedings, consistent with the needs of each particular case.

Following are examples of the wide range of cases in which Mr. Moxley has served as mediator.


  • Attorney/client:  mediated numerous fee disputes between attorneys and clients.  Example: claim for attorneys fees for services rendered to a co-op with issues concerning the authority of the co-op’s President;
  • Art Law:  mediated dispute between artist and art dealer as to their respective rights over the artist’s paintings;
  • Bankruptcy and Liquidation:  mediated disputes over several real estate projects facing bankruptcy; disputes over liquidations of businesses following fall-outs among founders/owners;
  • Business Divorces:  mediated $6 million dispute involving two litigations between outside and inside investors in film cutting business; dispute among family members over the break-up/sale of the family’s manufacturing business allegedly worth some $5 million;
  • Commercial:  mediated claim for computer consulting and related services; claim based on defendant delicatessen’s alleged breach of agreement permitting plaintiff to supply internet services;
  • Construction:  mediated dispute between owner, general contractor and subcontractor over construction work and related mechanics lien; dispute over provision of energy saving technology;
  • Hedge Funds:  mediated claim by hedge fund for $3 million break-up fee based on letter of understanding with Manhattan real estate company;
  • Hospitality:  mediated dispute among owners/developers of several hotels as to their respective rights and obligations;
  • Insurance:  mediated several coverage disputes;
  • Intellectual Property:  mediated disputes over IP in the context of business break-ups;
  • International: mediated numerous international disputes involving such matters as investments, construction projects, and sales of goods;
  • Law Firms/Lawyers:  mediated dispute over whether General Counsel of public company was terminated for cause and economic issues as to his claim under his contract; claim by a law firm against two of its former partners for alleged over-drawing of capital accounts and expense account issues; dispute between partner and law firm over conflicts that emerged based on the partner’s prior relationships;
  • Mergers and Acquisitions:  mediated dispute arising out of the sale of assets of a company engaged in the business of manufacturing paint for private labeling;
  • Pharmaceuticals:  mediated dispute involving joint venture by two pharmaceutical companies over development of a drug; and
  • Real Estate:  mediated action to foreclose on $120 million mortgage on Manhattan properties; $30,000,000 multiparty international dispute involving four litigations arising out of mortgages on a prime Manhattan residential building by an allegedly unfaithful officer of the owner of the property and out of certain alleged thefts by that officer; dispute with respect to alleged price for a Japanese hotel chain’s option on a developer’s contract rights on a block of real estate parcels intended for construction of a hotel; dispute between majority and minority owners of Manhattan low income residential building valued at $4 million as to the management of the building and the possibility of a buy-out by one faction or the other; dispute among investors in hotel chain; dispute over rights to hotels.


  • Accounting
  • Business Divorces
  • Business/Commercial
  • Construction
  • Employment
  • Franchises
  • Insurance
  • International
  • Intellectual Property
  • Real Estate
  • Securities


New York, New York

Available to hear
cases worldwide
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