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Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC 
Charleston, West Virginia Office
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Spilman Center, 300 Kanawha Boulevard, East, P.O. Box 273
Charleston, West Virginia  25321-0273

(Kanawha Co.)

Telephone: 888-461-5712
Fax: 304-340-3801

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About this office:

Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC shares a rich history with West Virginia. Indeed, its origins date back to the founding of the Mountain State when Spilman's founders served as Lincoln's land lawyers. In the ensuing 14 decades, the firm has emerged as a leader in the business community and the legal profession across the Mid-Atlantic Inland Basin.

No other law firm knows and understands the Mid-Atlantic region better than Spilman. As one of the region's largest law firms, we offer a full-service legal practice and are proud of the diversity of our client base — one that includes Fortune 500™ companies with thousands of employees, as well as entrepreneurial entities and locally-owned small businesses.

Charleston is West Virginia's capital city and home to a dynamic economy. With an MSA of more than 250,000 residents, Charleston boasts a dynamic and diverse economy. In addition to its role as the center of state government, the capital city is a thriving regional healthcare center, home to a vibrant professional service sector and the base for many energy-related businesses.

Charleston is also the location of Spilman Thomas & Battle's headquarters. The firm resides in Spilman Center, a four-story, 40,000 s.f., brick and glass office building overlooking the Kanawha River. This conveniently located, comfortable facility is home to a diverse group of attorneys and all the firm's administrative functions. As a result of its affordable cost of living, favorable energy costs and attractive real estate rates, Charleston provides many economic advantages for Spilman and, in turn, for the firm's clients.

Spilman Thomas & Battle has a broad general practice. The firm is organized around two major departments: corporate and litigation. Nearly all of the firm's practice groups are represented in Charleston. Attorneys throughout the firm assist clients without regard to boundaries or location, thanks to a "One Firm" management credo and a robust technology platform offering fast, secure networks that facilitate workflow, collaboration and information sharing.

The firm's Charleston office supports thriving law practices in such areas as banking & finance, bankruptcy & creditors' rights, bond & municipal finance, consumer finance, energy & public utilities, environmental, government relations, healthcare, insurance defense, litigation, labor & employment, OSHA & MSHA, mergers & acquisitions, real estate and taxation, to name but a few. Charleston is also home base for The Battle Group — Spilman's trial-ready strike force specializing in complex, high-stakes and information-intensive cases.

Whether in Charleston or any of the firm's seven locations, Spilman attorneys serve as an extension of your management team — working to prevent problems before they occur and guiding you carefully and successfully through the legal process.


Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Appellate LitigationAsbestos Litigation
Banking & FinanceBankruptcy & Creditors' Rights
Bond CounselBusiness Expansion & Development
Community BankingConstruction
Consumer FinanceCorporate & Business Law
E-DiscoveryERISA & Managed Care
Federal Black LungFederal Taxation
Government RelationsHealth Care
Immigration & NaturalizationInsurance Coverage & Bad Faith
Insurance DefenseInsurance Government Relations and Regulatory Compliance
International DevelopmentLabor & Employment
LitigationMarcellus & Utica Shale
Mergers & AcquisitionsNatural Resources
OSHA & MSHAProduct Liability Litigation
Public FinancePublic Policy, Advocacy & Reform
Public UtilitiesReal Estate
State & Local TaxationTechnology
Toxic Tort LitigationWills, Estates & Trusts
Workers' Compensation

Statement of Practice Summary:
Appellate Practice; Asbestos Litigation; Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Bond Counsel; Commercial Law; Community Banking; Construction Law; Consumer Debt Regulation; Consumer Finance; Corporate Law; Creditors' Rights; E-Discovery; Employment Discrimination; Energy; Environmental Law; Estate Planning; Federal Black Lung; Federal Taxation; General Civil Practice; Government Relations; Health Care; Health Law; Hospital Law; Immigration and Naturalization; Insurance Defense; Insurance Govt. Relations / Regulatory; Insurance Law; Intellectual Property; International Development; Labor And Employment; Legislative Practice; Litigation; Mergers And Acquisitions; Natural Resources; Product Liability; Public Finance; Public Utility Law; Real Property; Securities; Taxation; Technology; Toxic Torts; Trial Practice; Trusts; Wills; Workers' Compensation; Business Expansion & Development; ERISA & Managed Care; Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith; Marcellus & Utica Shale; OSHA & MSHA; Professional & Medical Malpractice; Public Policy, Advocacy & Reform.

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Exemption May Require Salary of Over $50,000
Eric E. Kinder,King F. Tower, July 8, 2015
The United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) is proposing a significant increase to the salary employers must pay many employees in order to “exempt” them from overtime, a change that would affect the payroll of almost all employers. The Fair Labor Standards Act...

USEPA and Army Corps of Engineers Release Final Clean Water Rule
Mark D. Clark,M. Katherine Crockett,David L. Yaussy, June 1, 2015
On May 27, 2015, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“USEPA”) and the United States Army Corps of Engineers (“USACE”) released their long-awaited final rule defining the scope of “waters of the United States” subject to federal jurisdiction and...

The Supreme Court Holds the EEOC’s Feet to the Fire, but Not That Closely: The Court in Mach Mining Affirms the EEOC’s Obligation to Conciliate Charges
Gordon L. Mowen, May 27, 2015
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. §2000e, et seq., requires that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) engage in informal conciliation efforts after it finds reasonable cause to support a charge of discrimination, but before it files suit. 42...

Year Established: 1864

Representative Clients:
Baxter Healthcare Corp.; Charleston Area Medical Center; E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company; State Farm Insurance Company; United Bank, Inc.

Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Hindi and Urdu.

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