News from March 2012

PERSONNEL FILE: Three Bowles Rice attorneys elected to executive committee

By The West Virginia Record | Mar 1, 2012

Dellinger CHARLESTON -- The partners of Bowles Rice McDavid Graff & Love recently elected attorneys Mark H. Dellinger, Robert J. Kent and Sandra M. Murphy to four-year terms on the firm's Executive Committee, according to Managing Partner Thomas A. Heywood.

Business4Breakfast seminar to focus on poor performance, bad behavior

By The West Virginia Record | Mar 1, 2012

ASHLAND, Ky. -- Huddleston Bolen announced the details of the upcoming Business4Breakfast seminar to be held in Ashland, Ky., on March 14.

Chiefs of police endorse Davis in Supreme Court race

By Chris Dickerson | Mar 1, 2012

Davis CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Chiefs of Police executive board has voted to endorse Robin Davis's re-election to the Supreme Court.

PERSONNEL FILE: Jackson Kelly recognized for advancement of women attorneys

By The West Virginia Record | Mar 1, 2012

CHARLESTON -- Jackson Kelly recently was recognized by Law360 as one of the top ten firms for female partners.

PERSONNEL FILE: Spilman adds MSHA/OSHA lawyer

By The West Virginia Record | Mar 1, 2012

Smith CHARLESTON -— The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that Dennise R. Smith has rejoined its Charleston office as a senior attorney. Smith's practice will focus on workplace safety issues.

PERSONNEL FILE: McLain joins Jackson Kelly

By The West Virginia Record | Mar 1, 2012

McLain CHARLESTON -– Carolyn A. McLain recently joined Jackson Kelly as an associate in the Environmental Practice Group.

PERSONNEL FILE: Robinson & McElwee recognized for natural gas work

By The West Virginia Record | Mar 1, 2012

CHARLESTON -– Robinson & McElwee continues to be recognized as among the most successful and dependable law firms involved in representation of companies leading the development of the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays.

Mason sheriff faces removal effort in midst of criminal charges

By Lawrence Smith | Mar 1, 2012

Anthony POINT PLEASANT – Before May's primary election, Mason County Sheriff David Anthony II's bid for re-election will have to successful run a gauntlet of legal and political trials next month.

Insurance bill leads to war of words

By Chris Dickerson | Mar 1, 2012

Miley CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce calls an insurance-related lawsuit bill detrimental to recent legal reforms made in the state, but supporters of the proposal disagree.

Court to hear cases at WVU, judge competition

By Chris Dickerson | Mar 1, 2012

MORGANTOWN -– The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals will hear four cases on a Rule 20 Argument Docket and judge the annual George C. Baker Cup moot court competition on March 6 at the West Virginia University College of Law in Morgantown.

Man sues Greif for wrongful termination

By Kyla Asbury | Mar 1, 2012

HUNTINGTON -- A man is suing Greif, Inc., after he claims he was wrongfully terminated from his employment.

Man sues Maxim Crane Works for discrimination

By Kyla Asbury | Mar 1, 2012

WINFIELD -- A former employee is suing Maxim Crane Works for age and disability discrimination.

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