Webster J. “Jay” Arceneaux handles litigation matters in a variety of areas including: commercial, consumer, employment and labor, personal injury, including toxic torts, and environmental. He also provides arbitration and mediation services for parties in West Virginia and other States. Mr.
Thomas Casto is a member of Lewis Glasser PLLC, and his practice is focused on health care law and health care acquisitions. His representation includes hospitals, physician practices and long term care facilities, particularly regarding Certificate of Need, rate regulations, reimbursement, and fraud and abuse.
Thomas Casto was recognized as 2019 Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers in Health Care Law.
Richard L. Gottlieb is a Member of Lewis Glasser PLLC and is the head of the firm’s natural gas practice. Mr. Gottlieb primarily represents oil and natural gas producers and other energy businesses in regulatory, litigation and commercial matters. Mr. Gottlieb was recognized by Chambers and Partners as a top attorney in Natural Resources Law. Mr. Gottlieb is also listed in Best Lawyers in America® for Energy Law and Oil & Gas and was named the Best Lawyers® 2013 Charleston, West Virginia Lawyer of the Year in Oil & Gas Law.
Ramonda C. Marling primarily represents clients in litigation and commercial matters. Ramonda has been recognized as a Rising Star in West Virginia Lawyers® and as a Future Star in Benchmark Litigation. Ramonda has extensive experience in complex, high-dollar commercial litigation matters representing natural gas producers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, tobacco companies, mining companies and other large corporations. She has represented:
Matthew R. Bowles is a Member at Lewis Glasser whose practice focuses primarily on commercial law and assisting West Virginia businesses, in a wide range of industries (including health care, energy, technology, and non-profit or tax exempt entities).
Mark Sadd, a member of Lewis Glasser PLLC, devotes his practice to commercial transactions and administrative and litigation cases with emphasis on real property, including commercial title, coal, oil and natural gas title, eminent domain and condemnation, common interest communities, servitudes, historic preservation, residential and commercial development and financing, leasing, planning, zoning and land use; state and local taxation; construction law; and municipal law. He has represented multi-family, commercial, mixed-use and mineral projects of all sizes.
James Stebbins has had an active and diverse litigation practice in West Virginia for almost 20 years which includes extensive experience at both the trial and appellate levels. Mr. Stebbins has tried over 25 cases to verdict and has been counsel of record in more than 20 reported appellate decisions in both Federal and State Courts in West Virginia.