Michael Cardi Elected to Advisory Committee of WV Network of Ethics Committees

October 12, 2017

Charleston, West Virginia – Bowles Rice attorney Michael Cardi has been elected to the West Virginia Network of Ethics Committees’ Advisory Committee as an at-large representative for the 2017-2019 term.  Cardi practices out of the regional law firm’s Morgantown office and concentrates on business litigation, antitrust and education law.  Cardi took office on October 1, 2017.

The West Virginia Network of Ethics Committees (WVNEC) assists hospitals, nursing homes, hospices and health care agencies to strengthen ethics committees; provides education regarding ethical and legal issues in health care to promote ethically sound decision making; and helps patients and families to make their end-of-life wishes known.  The WVNEC is coordinated by the Center for Health Ethics and Law of the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University.

In addition to this elected position with WVNEC, Cardi also serves on the Mon Health Medical Center Bioethics Council.