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PERSONNEL FILE: Huddleston Bolen welcomes two new attorneys

By The West Virginia Record | Aug 26, 2010

HUNTINGTON -- Huddleston Bolen is pleased to welcome two new trial attorneys, Trent Spurlock and Rebecca Schafer, to the firm's Louisville, Ky., office.

They are joined by Crystal Kirby, an experienced paralegal.

Spurlock represents commercial clients in a number of areas, including products liability defense, premises liability matters, and construction matters. A graduate of Centre College and the University Kentucky College of Law, Spurlock has been practicing law since 2000. He is admitted in Kentucky and Indiana.

Schafer joins the firm's litigation department, concentrating in the areas of products liability litigation. She is a graduate of the College of St. Benedict and the University of Minnesota Law School. As part of her legal studies, Schafer traveled to New Zealand and Australia, where she studied international law at the renowned Monash University. Schafer is licensed to practice in Kentucky.

Upon making the announcement, Tom Gilpin, chair of the firm's management committee said, "These outstanding lawyers are a great addition to a very strong Louisville office. This underscores our commitment to serving clients across Kentucky and the region. We are very pleased that they chose to join the Huddleston Bolen family."

Huddleston Bolen is a leading regional law firm with offices in Huntington and Charleston in West Virginia and Ashland and Louisville in Kentucky. The firm has a longstanding history of representing clients in business-oriented matters, including banking and finance, health care, insurance, labor and employment, litigation, natural resources, real estate, transportation, and trusts and estates.

For more information about Huddleston Bolen, visit the firm's website at www.huddlestonbolen.com.

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