Bowles Rice LLP
Size of Organization: 130
Year Established: 1920Web Site: http://www.bowlesrice.com
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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.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Bowles Rice LLP:
Products Liability (219 cases in past two years)
U.S. Patent Activity
Total number of U.S. granted patents by Bowles Rice LLP:
20 (in past two years)
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