More than 100 business leaders attend Spilman symposium

By Staff reports | Jul 3, 2014

CHARLESTON — Spilman Thomas & Battle PLLC says nearly 125 business leaders from the Mid-Atlantic region gathered June 27 for the law firm’s West Virginia SuperVision symposium, which focused on helping businesses prepare for what’s next in employment challenges.

Remarks by keynote speaker Col. William E. Crane, Chief of Staff, Land Component Commander, WV Army National Guard, and the event’s closing question and answer session with Spilman attorneys were highlights of the symposium.

In addition to 10 Spilman attorneys, corporate experts from Charleston Area Medical Center, Allegacy Federal Credit Union, MVB Bank and Employers Innovative Network spoke at the symposium. Presentations focused on what’s next across the spectrum of human resources hot topics, including employee litigation and related costs, employee wellness and productivity, labor regulatory policies, and human capital and trade secrets.

The SuperVision series was launched eight years ago by Spilman’s labor and employment group, which has been recognized nationally for representation of management in employment disputes.

The symposia are complimentary and are offered in various locations throughout Spilman’s geographical footprint each year.

Now in its 150th year, Spilman has offices in Charleston, Morgantown and Wheeling in West Virginia; Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, Pa.; Winston-Salem, N.C.; and Roanoke, Va. For more information, visit

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