Bowles Rice is pleased to announce the selection of 18 attorneys named to the 2019 West Virginia Super Lawyers list. The recognized lawyers practice across a wide range of areas, including energy and natural resources, banking, environmental law, business litigation, education law, construction litigation and employment law.
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A financial institution is seeking more than $80,000 allegedly owed on a lease.
Benchmark Litigation named Bowles Rice its “West Virginia Firm of the Year” for the third consecutive year during its 2019 U.S. awards ceremony at Essex House in New York City on February 28.
CHARLESTON — A tennis club claims a contractor failed to complete a job for the agreed-upon price and then demanded additional payment.
A landscaping company is suing a construction company, citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
Bowles Rice is proud to announce that Ashley Hardesty Odell and Steven Hall, both attorneys in the firm’s Morgantown office, have been selected to programs of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD).
Bowles Rice partners David A. DeJarnett and Ellen Maxwell-Hoffman have been elected to serve on the law firm’s Executive Committee for four-year terms.
Bowles Rice has elected 11 new equity and non-equity partners, effective January 1, 2019.
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that attorney Christine Pill Fisher has joined the firm’s Morgantown, West Virginia office. She will focus her practice on business and corporate matters.
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that attorney Gabriele Wohl has joined the firm’s Charleston, West Virginia office.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court will not rehear a case in which it blocked the impeachment trials of four current and former state Supreme Court justices.
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that attorney Nicola D. Smith has joined the firm’s Martinsburg, West Virginia office.
Bowles Rice LLP has earned national and regional recognition among the 2019 “Best Law Firms,” named by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®.
Bowles Rice is pleased to welcome two new attorneys to the firm: Andrea McCardle and Anthony Giresi.
Bowles Rice is pleased to welcome three new attorneys to the firm: William T. Fahey III, William L. Burner and William M. Lorensen.
On a party-line 62-34 vote Wednesday, the West Virginia House of Delegates elected two-term Delegate Roger Hanshaw, R-Clay, to be the 58th speaker of the House.
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that attorney Brock Malcolm has joined the firm’s Morgantown, West Virginia office.
CLARKSBURG – A Charleston-based law firm has settled a $41 million issue with a title insurer and avoided a trial.
CHARLESTON — A personnel management business is suing a Kermit trucking business, alleging breach of contract and unjust enrichment in its failure to pay more than $13,000.
WINFIELD — A Tennessee resident is suing Alford Homes Solutions Inc., claiming the home repair contractor damaged her property in West Virginia.