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More than 50 lawyers from Bowles Rice have been selected to the 2014 Edition of Best Lawyers in America.

The lawyers were recognized in more than a dozen areas of the law, including Energy Law, Oil and Gas Law, Commercial Litigation, Corporate Law, Bet-the-Company Litigation, Education Law, Employee Benefits Law, Construction Litigation, Mass Tort Litigation, Mergers and Acquisitions, Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Trusts and Estates Law and Litigation. 

Best Lawyers, compiled by geographic region and practice areas, dates back more than three decades. Lawyers are reviewed by their peers on the basis of professional experience and ability.

The Bowles Rice attorneys selected to the list represent the firm's offices in Charleston, Martinsburg, Morgantown and Parkersburg. 

The lawyers recognized are J. Mark Adkins, Charleston, in Commercial Litigation; Litigation — Banking and Finance; Litigation — Construction; Carl D. Andrews, in Charleston, Real Estate Law; Gregory W. Bailey, Morgantown, in Education Law; Robert L. Bays in Parkersburg, Eminent Domain and Condemnation Law; Michael E. Caryl in Martinsburg, Corporate Law, Litigation and Controversy — Tax, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Tax Law, Trusts and Estates; Julia A. Chincheck in Charleston, Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights, Insolvency and Reorganization Law, Bet-the-Company Litigation and Litigation and Bankruptcy; Lynn S. Clarke in Charleston, Employee Benefits Law; Kimberly S. Croyle in Morgantown, Education Law; Mark B. D'Antoni in Charleston, Corporate Law and Real Estate Law; David A. DeJarnett in Martinsburg, Corporate Law, Litigation — Trusts and Estates, Litigation and Controversy — Tax, Non-Profit/Charities Law, Tax Law, and Trusts and Estates; Mark H. Dellinger in Charleston, Employment Law — Management, Litigation — Labor and Employment; Robert W. Dinsmore in Morgantown, Natural Resources Law and Real Estate Law; Carl L. Fletcher Jr. in Charleston — Litigation — Construction; Richard M. Francis in Charleston, Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law and Government Relations Practice; Andrew G. Fusco in Morgantown, Commercial Litigation, Corporate Governance Law, Litigation –Antitrust, Litigation — Intellectual Property, and Mergers and Acquisitions Law; F. Thomas Graff Jr. in Charleston, Administrative/Regulatory Law, Corporate Law, Energy Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Natural Resources Law, Oil and Gas Law; Jill E. Hall in Charleston, Employee Benefits Law; Steven R. Hardman in Parkersburg, Real Estate Law; Ronda L. Harvey in Charleston, Product Liability Litigation — Defendants; Thomas A. Heywood in Charleston — Corporate Law and Health Care Law; Paul L. Hicks in Parkersburg, Elder Law, Litigation — Trusts and Estates, Tax Law, and Trusts and Estates; Robert L. Hogan in Charleston, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions –Defendants; Richard A. Hudson in Parkersburg, Health Care Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Tax Law, and Trusts and Estates; Diana Leigh Johnson in Charleston, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions — Defendants; Michael B. Keller in Martinsburg, Corporate Law; Leonard B. Knee in Charleston, Energy Law, Environmental Law and Litigation — Environmental; J. Thomas Lane in Charleston, Energy Law, Litigation– Real Estate, Mining Law, Natural Resources Law, Oil and Gas Law, and Real Estate Law; Charles M. Love III in Charleston, Bet-the-Company Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Litigation — Environmental, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions — Defendants, and Personal Injury Litigation — Plaintiffs; Stephen M. Mathias in Martinsburg, Litigation — Real Estate and Real Estate Law; Ellen Maxwell-Hoffman in Charleston, Ethics and Professional Responsibility Law; Edward D. McDevitt in Charleston, International Arbitration — Commercial and Public Finance Law; Stuart A. McMillan in Charleston, Commercial Litigation, Insurance Law, Litigation — First Amendment and Media Law; David A. Mohler in Charleston, Personal Injury Litigation — Defendants; Marc A. Monteleone in Charleston, Construction Law, Corporate Law, Oil and Gas Law, Tax Law, and Trusts and Estates; John S. Moore in Charleston, Health Care Law; Sandra M. Murphy in Charleston, Banking and Finance Law, Corporate Compliance Law, Corporate Governance Law, Corporate Law, and Financial Services Regulation Law; George A. Patterson III in Charleston, Oil and Gas Law; Phyllis M. Potterfield in Charleston, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions — Defendants, Workers' Compensation Law — Employers; Charles F. Printz Jr. of Martinsburg, Bet-the-Company Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Employment Law — Management, Labor Law — Management, Litigation — Construction, and Labor and Employment; Marion E. Ray, in Charleston, Workers' Compensation Law — Employers, Lesley A. Russo in Charleston, Employee Benefits Law; Non-Profit/Charities Law and Tax Law; F.M. "Kin" Sayre of Martinsburg, Litigation and Controversy — Tax; Howard E. Seufer Jr., in Charleston, Education Law; Camden P. Siegrist in Charleston, Corporate Law and Public Finance Law; Melody A. Simpson in Charleston, Employee Benefits Law and Non-Profit/Charities Law; Sarah E. Smith in Charleston Workers' Compensation Law — Employers; Gerard R. Stowers in Charleston, Bet-the-Company Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Legal Malpractice Law — Defendants, Litigation — Construction, Litigation — Real Estate, and Personal Injury Litigation –Defendants; Amy J. Tawney in Charleston, Corporate Law; Rebecca M. Tinder in Charleston, Education Law; Kenneth E. Webb Jr. in Charleston, Commercial Litigation and Litigation — Construction; and C. Seth Wilson in Morgantown, Energy Law.

Bowles Rice is a regional law firm with more than 135 attorneys in eight offices.