Charles W. Segal

Charles W. Segal

  • Garden City
  • T: 516-393-8234
  • F: 516-393-8282

Charles W. Segal is the chair of the firm’s construction law practice group. He represents a broad range of public and private entities and individuals, including owners, developers, architects, engineers, construction consultants, general contractors, sureties, construction managers, subcontractors, and material suppliers. Charles has specific expertise in contract negotiations, matters concerning liens and surety bonds, and construction-related litigation, arbitration and appeals.

Prior to joining Jaspan Schlesinger Narendran LLP, Charles was a partner in a law firm that focused its practice in construction law. He entered private practice after serving as executive counsel (deputy chief counsel) at the New York State Commission of Investigation where he was responsible for all litigation, as well as major investigations and administrative matters, including those related to the state’s construction industry. He was appointed to this position after serving as an assistant counsel at the Commission.

Charles began his legal career as an assistant corporation counsel for the City of New York in the Special Legal Assignments Division and later the Water Tunnel Litigation Group in the Commercial Litigation Division.

Active in community affairs, Charles sits on the board of and is counsel to several charitable organizations. He is a member of the Village of Great Neck’s Board of Appeals, and previously a member and chair of the Planning Board. Charles is also on the Pool Advisory Committee of the Local Park District.


  • Brooklyn Law School
  • Brooklyn College


  • Represented a major client in relation to a license dispute concerning the development of an art gallery and not-for-profit incubator in the West Village area of Manhattan.
  • Represented a private owner developing a 20-story condominium in lower Manhattan in litigation concerning construction, construction management contracts and licenses with adjoining property owners.
  • Represented a public library in the negotiation of contracts for the design, construction and supervision of the complete rehabilitation of its main branch, and in the resolution of related disputes and litigation.


  • New York
  • U.S.D.C., Eastern District of New York
  • U.S.D.C., Southern District of New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 2d Cir.

Affiliations & Appointments

  • Nassau County Bar Association, Member
  • Theodore Roosevelt Chapter, American Inn of Courts, Member