Having worked previously as in-house regional counsel for a multi-state financial institution, Benedetto focuses her practice on banking and finance law, corporate law and business law. She regularly represents lenders and borrowers in commercial loan transactions, general business transactions and troubled loan workouts.
Nickerson counsels various energy, oil, gas and mineral-related clients on transaction matters relating to gas title issues and opinions. He is a member of the American Association of Professional Landmen, the Michael Late Benedum Local Chapter of the AAPL and the Kanawha County Bar Association.
Rothman concentrates her practice in civil litigation in the areas of medical professional liability and general litigation. She also assists medical professionals with licensing issues and problems before various medical boards.
Swann concentrates her practice in general and construction litigation. She has expanded her practice to include government relations, where she is registered to lobby on behalf of many state and national corporations.
Taylor concentrates her practice in civil litigation, with an emphasis on product liability, commercial and general litigation, and mass litigation. Taylor regularly represents clients before state and federal courts in all phases of litigation.
Husn will practice in banking, commercial and financial services, alternative dispute resolution and real estate. Before joining Bowles Rice, he worked as in-house counsel to First Community Bank, serving First Community Bancshares, Inc., its subsidiaries and affiliates.
Lilly concentrates her practice in real estate law, mineral law and intellectual property. She worked at Bowles Rice as an associate from 2005 to 2008, worked most recently as general counsel with Mepco, LLC. She is a licensed patent attorney, as well as a licensed West Virginia real estate broker.