PERSONNEL FILE: Robinson & McElwee elects management committee to 3-year term

By The West Virginia Record | Jan 20, 2011




CHARLESTON -– The membership of Robinson & McElwee has elected Kent J. George to a fifth three-year term as Managing Member. Also elected to serve three-year terms as Assistant Managing Members were Douglas C. McElwee and David L. Yaussy.

George, a Morgantown native, earned his undergraduate degree from Swarthmore College and law degrees from Oxford University and the University of Chicago. George's practice focuses on commercial transactions including mergers and acquisitions, transactions involving natural resources, and real estate transactions involving retail, office, industrial, resort and other commercial real estate development projects.

McElwee, a native of Charleston, earned an economics degree from Hampden-Sydney College before obtaining his law degree from West Virginia University. His practice focuses on mineral operational issues, mineral and commercial real estate transactions and bankruptcy related issues.

Yaussy, a graduate of Otterbein College and The Ohio State University College of Law, focuses his practice on litigation matters involving natural resources, energy and environmental matters.

Robinson & McElwee represents clients throughout West Virginia and the mid-Atlantic region. Its offices are located in Charleston and Clarksburg.

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