* Julian Spraggins and Jay Canterbury have joined the staff of Advanced Physical Therapy. Spraggins has a doctorate in physical therapy from West Virginia University. He joined the company in July. Canterbury received a master's in health science and education from Radford University. He is a certified athletic trainer. Canterbury joined the company in August.
* David Bosak, Jessica Kimble, Elizabeth Petty, Joseph Schaeffer and Lindsay Smith have joined Spilman Thomas & Battle's practice. Bosak has a bachelor's degree and law degree from The Ohio State University. He was a 2011 summer associate at the firm. His primary area of practice is general litigation. Kimble has an undergraduate degree from Wittenberg University and a law degree from Wake Forest University. Her practice includes financial industry matters, corporate law and shale gas industry matters. Petty has an undergraduate degree from Kenyon College and a law degree from Washington and Lee University. Her practice areas are estate planning and administration and federal taxation. Schaeffer has a bachelor's degree from West Virginia University and a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh. His practice area is general litigation; he has a special interest in environmental law. Smith has a bachelor's degree and a law degree from The Ohio State University. She was a 2011 summer associate at the firm. Her primary area of practice is labor and employment law. Bosak, Petty and Smith are practicing in the firm's Charleston office. Kimble is in the Winston-Salem, N.C., office. Schaeffer is in the Morgantown office.
Wesley Page has joined Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso's Charleston office. Page was a law clerk for U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Johnston and is a former assistant United States attorney in Harrisburg, Pa. He has a bachelor's degree from Ohio Dominican University and a law degree from West Virginia University.
Jennifer Greenlief, an associate in Spilman Thomas & Battle's Charleston office, has been elected president of the Board of Directors of the West Virginia affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a network of breast cancer survivors and activists.
COMPILED BY GEORGE HOHMANN