Why Use Max?

Max is an excellent attorney who has a complete understanding of how international business works; his straightforward approach and his experiences are a welcome addition to any negotiation.

— Client

Max brings his extensive business background to the practice of law. He is able to cut quickly to the heart of a matter and forge practical solutions to the issues at hand. I unequivocally recommend Max for any transactional or business litigation matters.

— Client

From the moment meet Max he instills confidence in you both personally and professionally. He has handled some complex litigation for my organization over the years. He has excellent legal vision from start to finish in a case and is not afraid to fight. I consult Max on both legal and business issues.” And I find him to be of great value. 

— Client

Charles "Max" McCauley III is a great attorney. He has represented me and/or advised me in several legal matters. Max's legal knowledge is vast, from complex title issues to partnership disputes, to debtor/creditor rights issues, to transactional real estate work... Whatever the matter, consulting with Max is a good idea.

— Client

We truly enjoy working with you and cannot say enough about the 24/7 communication you provide for us. We appreciate your commitment to this work and enjoy the relationship we have built with you over the course of our work together.
— Client, Chief Operating Officer

Thank you for your wise and effective counsel. We are very happy to have finally resolved this matter!

— Client

Education & Admissions

  • Villanova University School of Law, LL.M Tax & Estate Planning Certificate
  • Villanova University School of Law, J.D.
  • Villanova University, MBA
  • Pennsylvania State University, B.S. Finance
  • Delaware
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • United States Tax Court
  • Third Circuit Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Court, District of Delaware
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey


  • President, Media Youth Wrestling 2016-2018

  • Board Member, Media Youth Wrestling 2013-2020

  • Board Member, The Rose Tree Colts 2013-2016

  • Board Member, The Walden School 2003-2013 (Board Chair, President, Finance Committee Chair)


COVID-19 Resources

Offit Kurman is pleased to present this detailed summary of pertinent provisions of the CARES Act, landmark legislation designed to help businesses and individuals deal with the impact of COVID-19. This summary is intended as a guide. Please note that regulations and guidance under the CARES Act are being published almost hourly by the applicable government agencies, and so information in this summary may have already changed since being published. It is therefore important that you consult with your advisors to inquire about any updates on the Act as well as your specific situation. Offit Kurman is ready and able to assist you.

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