Bowles Rice is pleased to welcome two new attorneys to the firm: Andrea McCardle and Anthony Giresi.
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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.
BOWLES RICE: Eight Bowles Rice Attorneys Receive the 2019 "Lawyer of the Year" Award from Best Lawyers
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that eight attorneys with the firm have received the 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” award from Best Lawyers in America©.
CHARLESTON — A Charleston industrial equipment supplier is suing customers, alleging breach of contract, fraud and unjust enrichment.
CHARLESTON – Four law firms based in West Virginia are listed on the National Law Journal's (NLJ) 500 edition for 2018, which lists the nation's largest law firms by the number of full-time attorneys.
The National Law Journal has ranked Bowles Rice at No. 345 in its 2018 NLJ 500 edition, published June 28.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County property owner is suing an HVAC system company, alleging breach of contract and breach of implied warranty.
MARTINSBURG – A man is suing PNGI Charles Town Gaming after he claims it caused him damages when it attempted to eject him from training horses at its track in an alleged attempt to “take his livelihood” from him.
CLARKSBURG – A Morgantown full-service engineering and general contracting company alleges it was removed from a project and not paid for its services by a California company.
BLUEFIELD – A McDowell County coal company is alleged to have failed to pay a Salt Lake City company in full for its services.
CHARLESTON – A federal judge has denied a motion to stay discovery in a lawsuit against John Deere alleging West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act and Federal Truth in Lending Act violations.
RIPLEY – A Ravenswood precision metal stamping company alleges it has suffered damages of no less than $400,000 because of software installed by an Ohio company.
DAVISVILLE – Bowles Rice Business Development Director Keith Burdette has been named president and chief executive officer of the Polymer Alliance Zone.
CHARLESTON – A couple is suing Amerihome Mortgage Company after they claim it has failed to comply with industry standards.
CHARLESTON – A couple is suing Wal-mart after they claim it is responsible for injuries sustained on the premises of one of its stores. Tommy Comer, a manager at Wal-mart Store #1477, was also named as a defendant in the suit.