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Bowles Rice LLP 
Lexington, Kentucky Office
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333 West Vine Street, Suite 1700
Lexington, Kentucky  40507-1639

(Fayette Co.)

Telephone: 859-252-2202
Fax: 859-259-2927

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About this office:

Bowles Rice LLP is a client-focused law firm committed to providing high-quality, effective, and efficient legal services. This commitment has contributed to the firm's development since its founding in 1920. Through expansions and mergers, we have grown into a major regional firm with eight offices and 130 attorneys. We are proud to represent individuals, professionals, organizations, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies throughout West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Virginia, Ohio and the surrounding region.

We are deeply committed to our communities, and are actively involved in business, civic, philanthropic, educational, and political endeavors, recognizing that our success as a service organization is tied to the success of our clients, communities, and the region as a whole.

Through our firm intranet and shared technology capabilities, including video conferencing, we can provide the combined experience and knowledge of our entire team to serve our clients regionally or worldwide from any of our office locations.


Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Business LitigationCommercial & Financial Services
Construction LawEnergy
Equine LawGovernment Relations
Insurance DefenseLabor and Employment
LitigationMediators and Arbitrators
Real Estate

Statement of Practice Summary:
Oil and Gas Law; Mining Law; Antitrust; Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Black Lung; Business Counseling; Corporate Law; Civil Law; Commercial Law; Economic Development; Education Law; Employment Law Energy; Coal; Environmental Law; Estate Planning; Exporting; Financial Institutions Law; Gaming Law; Governmental Relations; Government Ethics; Election Law; Government Contracts; Health Care; Finance; Insurance; Intellectual Property; Business Transactions; Labor And Employment; Employment Law; Land Use; Development; Litigation; State Government Law; Federal Practice; Trial Practice; Appellate Practice; Mergers And Acquisitions; Municipal Law; Patents; Probate; Public Finance; Real Estate; Securities; Taxation; Local; Technology Law; Consulting; Toxic Torts; Tourism; Trademarks; Trusts; White-Collar Criminal Defense; Workers' Compensation; ERISA; ERISA Litigation; Employee Benefits; Executive Compensation; Qualified Retirement Plans; Energy Contracts; Energy Project Development; Coal Mining; Mineral Law; Mine Safety; Mineral Rights; Mineral Leasing; Mineral Royalties; Mineral Taxation; Mineral Title; Natural Gas; Natural Gas Contracts; Natural Gas Pipelines; Natural Gas Regulation; Oil and Gas Acquisitions; Oil and Gas Contracts; Oil and Gas Finance; Oil and Gas Leasing; Oil and Gas Litigation; Oil and Gas Pipelines; Oil and Gas Regulation; Oil and Gas Taxation; Oil and Gas Title Examination; Oil and Gas Transportation.

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An Ounce of Prevention ... Carefully Review your New Retirement Plan Adoption Agreement before Signing.
Erin C.V. Bailey, December 29, 2014
If you have a defined contribution retirement plan (e.g., a 401(k) plan), it is very likely a pre-approved "prototype" or "volume submitter" plan supplied to you by your plan administrator or other outside company. These pre-approved plans, which usually consist of a Basic Plan...

A Plaintiff May Claim Medical Bill Discounts and Write-Offs as Part of His/Her Damages in West Virginia
Jared M. Adams,Aaron C. Boone,Joseph L. Caltrider,Dana Daughetee Fohl,Evan R. Kime, October 22, 2014
A West Virginia personal injury plaintiff may claim the full amount of his/her medical bills as damages, regardless of whether the medical providers have discounted or written off portions of those bills as part of health insurance payments.

Year Established: 1920

Representative Clients:
Acordia National; Amwest Insurance Co.; Cincinnati Insurance Co.; Coca-Cola Co.; Consolidated Freightways, Inc.; Continental Insurance Co.; Cumberland Surety Insurance Co., Inc.; The Edward J. DeBartolo Co.; E.I. duPont deNemours & Co.; Eli Lilly & Co.; Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.; Great American Insurance Co.; MAPCO Coal Inc.; North American Specialty Insurance; Old Republic Companies; Sage Seminars, Inc.; State Farm Insurance Co.; Super America; Thomas Built Buses, Inc.; The United Company; USFÆ Insurance Co.; Westfield Insurance Co.

(For biographical data of other firm personnel, see listings under Charleston, Fairmont, Martinsburg, Morgantown and Parkersburg, West Virginia for Professional Biographies)

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