Charles A. Deluca has litigated complex cases on behalf of individuals, businesses and insurance carriers since 1977. His primary areas of practice are major tort litigation, products liability, insurance coverage, transportation, professional liability and commercial litigation.
Chuck is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL). The ACTL is composed of the best of the trial bar in the United States and Canada. Fellowship in the ACTL is extended by invitation to only those experienced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose careers have been marked by the highest ethical standards, professionalism and civility. Fellowship is limited to 1% of the Bar and Fellows must have a minimum of 15 years of experience.
Chuck chaired the discovery subcommittee of the Civil Commission which authored e-discovery rules for the State of Connecticut.
The Connecticut Defense Lawyers Association awarded Chuck the 2002 President’s Award for Excellence at its Annual Meeting. The award is presented to a civil defense attorney who has provided outstanding and distinguished service and contributions to the CDLA and the defense bar, excellence in practice, and the development and furtherance of the fair administration of justice and application of law to society.
In addition to being an active trial attorney, Chuck has been featured in numerous trial advocacy programs and is a sought after seminar speaker. He has provided trial advocacy instruction to the Travelers Trial Advocacy School, has been a guest lecturer on trial technique at Yale Law School, and has done trial demonstrations for the Connecticut Trial Lawyers, the Connecticut Defense Lawyers Association and The American College of Trial Lawyers.