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Charles Widmayer Bauer, American lawyer, judge. Bar: Connecticut, United States District Court Connecticut, United States Court 2nd District Court of Appea circuit), Supreme Court of the United States Court.


Bauer, Charles Widmayer was born on November 26, 1943 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Son of Phillip John and Ruth Olive (Widmayer) Bauer.


Hamilton College (Bachelor of Arts, 1965). University of Connecticut School of Law (Juris Doctor, 1968).


Worked at Eisenberg, Anderson, Michalik & Lynch. Admitted to the bar, 1971, Connecticut. 1975, United States. District Court, District of Connecticut, United States.

Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. 1985, United States. Supreme Court. Judge of Probate, Burlington, 1979—.

Corporation Counsel, Town of Burlington, 1983—. First Vice President, Board of Directors, New Britain Chamber of Commerce. President, Board of Directors, New Britain Foundation for Public Giving, 1994.

Member: New Britain, Hartford County and Connecticut Bar Associations. Eisenberg, Anderson, Michalik & Lynch was founded in 1987 with the merger of two established firms dating back to 1961. The firm has a comprehensive and diverse practice with emphasis in several areas of specialization including Federal and State Litigation and Appeals, Personal Injury and Products Liability, Medical Malpractice, Banking, Corporate and Commercial Law, Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights, Foreclosures, Real Estate including Complex Commercial and Residential, Labor Relations, Equal Employment and Civil Rights Litigation, Municipal Law, Environmental Law, Trust and Estates Planning, Federal and State Taxation, Family Law and Related Areas, Zoning, Public Health, Social Security Disability, Elder Law, Workers Compensation.

Eisenberg, Anderson Michalik & Lynch has cutting-edge technology including multiple automated research capabilities, document management, specialized collection computerization, and various customized software for speciality areas of practice.


Member Democratic Town Committee, Burlington, 1988—2003. President Leadership New Britain, 1989-1990. Board directors Community Foundation Greater New Britain, 1989-1999, since 2004.

Incorporator Hospital for Special Care, since 1989. Member New Britain Bar Association, New Britain Chamber of Commerce (vice president membership since 1990).


Married Sophia Godfrey, February 27, 1978. Children: Stephanie Widmayer, Justin Frederick.