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The April 7 edition of The Legislature, a publication of the West Virginia School Board Association, includes an article by Rebecca Tinder, a lawyer in the Bowles Rice Education Law Group. To read “When can the superintendent reduce the discipline of a student who has been expelled by the Board?” click here.
Bowles Rice employment and benefits law attorney Jill Hall obtains summary judgment on behalf of association in ERISA litigation case. Click to read decision
Bowles Rice employment law attorneys Mark Dellinger and Tom Hancock obtain complete dismissal of six different claims in wrongful discharge case. Click to read decision
Bowles Rice Welcomes Attorney Joseph Budd to Southpointe Office. Find out more
Bowles Rice attorney Michael Bush promotes disabilities awareness with article in The State Journal. Read article here
Robert Hogan was among the speakers at the 35th annual West Virginia Construction and Design Exposition, presenting “Tips for Reducing the Margin of Error When Engineering and the Law Intersect.”
Bowles Rice among 400 largest U.S. law firms. Find out more
Congratulations to Evan Kime, recently elected to the Board of Governors of the West Virginia State Bar, representing District 8.
Martinsburg partner Brian Peterson writes about the unintended consequences of the new West Virginia minimum wage bill. Read e-alert here.
Bowles Rice attorneys Roger Hanshaw, Fazal Shere, Robert Hogan and Jessie Reckart were presenters at a special session, “Legal and Regulatory Issues Related to Hydraulic Fracturing” at the American Chemical Society’s 2014 Spring Meeting in Dallas, Texas on March 19, 2014. Find out more
Bowles Rice is proud to be an underwriting sponsor of Burning Springs, a one-hour documentary about the history of the oil and gas industry in West Virginia.
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