CHARLESTON — The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle (Spilman) announced that four new associates have joined the practice. They add depth to Spilman’s strong defense litigation and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights teams.
Britteny N. Jenkins’ primary areas of practice are bankruptcy and creditors’ rights litigation and general defense litigation. She earned her undergraduate degree from East Carolina University and her law degree from Washington & Lee University School of Law. She joins the firm’s Roanoke, Va., office with a strong background working in these areas of law.
Gordon L. Mowen, II will focus on general defense litigation in his law practice. He earned his bachelor’s degree from The University of Louisville and his law degree from The University of Kentucky College of Law. He joins Spilman’s Charleston office.
Tai C. Shadrick’s primary area of practice is general defense litigation. She earned her undergraduate degree from Towson University and her law degree from West Virginia University School of Law. She joins the firm’s Charleston office.
Anna L. Sweigart will focus on general defense litigation with an emphasis on labor and employment law. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law. She joins Spilman’s Winston-Salem, N.C., office.
Spilman Thomas & Battle is a full-service law firm with more than 140 attorneys. Founded in 1864, Spilman has offices in Charleston, Morgantown and Wheeling; Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, Pa.; Winston-Salem, N.C.; and Roanoke, Va. For more information, visit www.spilmanlaw.com.
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