The law firm of Bailey & Wyant, PLLC was a proud sponsor of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2013 Golf Outing on the Snead Course at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, to help support local communities and individuals.
The Court ruled in favor of the client in a writ of mandamus to compel an Administrative Law Judge to issue an order finding that an attorney who oversaw a probable cause hearing cannot later enter an appearance on behalf of the complaintant.
Charles R. Bailey successfully defended a client on appeal to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.
The West Virginia Supreme Court affirmed a decision by the Circuit Court of Jefferson County that granted a client motion for summary judgment on a wage and payment claim.
The Court essentially found that the Plaintiffs were not employees of the client but were members of a limited liability corporation and/or had no relationship with the client.
The law firm of Bailey & Wyant, PLLC was a proud sponsor of the tribute dinner in supporting the Franklin D. Cleckley Innocence Project at the WVU College of Law.
The law firm of Bailey & Wyant enjoyed participating at the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia's Member & Summer Law Clerk Social last night at the Vandalia Grille in downtown Charleston to provide young lawyers with an opportunity to network with legal professionals and Members of the DTCWV.
Bailey & Wyant attorneys Charles R. Bailey and Dawn E. George will be discussing the ins-and-outs of the developments in employment law. The goal of the seminar is to help attendees gain a greater understanding of emerging developments and updates in employment law to help you provide best practices to manage your employees and provide counsel to your clients. Mr.
The law firm of Bailey & Wyant, PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of Trigg Salsbery as Of Counsel to the firm's Charleston office!
Trigg comes to Bailey & Wyant from Frost Brown Todd with diverse experience in handling a myriad of cases in trials and appeals in state and federal courts. He is licensed in West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio and is admitted to practice in various federal jurisdictions.