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Our attorneys regularly advise clients on permitting and compliance issues, appeal and defend permits issues to clients and defend them against enforcement actions initiated by state and federal agencies. We have worked with clients to develop defense and compliance strategies related to all media – air, water, hazardous waste and solid waste. Our attorneys regularly appear before state agencies that decide permit appeals, and have taken appeals to the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia. We have handled Superfund cases in West Virginia and many other jurisdictions, and have worked with other state and federal agencies, including the Army Corps of Engineers on wetlands and permitting issues.
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Getting good results for our clients starts with developing good laws and regulation. Our attorneys are recognized in the halls of the Capitol as effective and regular advocates for the interests of their clients.

Robinson & McElwee assists employers with issues arising from every aspect of the employment relationship. From union negotiation to wage and hour disputes and individual employer grievances, we have the experience and knowledge to help you reach the right resolution.

Among the services we offer are:

  • Labor relations and union avoidance
  • State and federal equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance
  • Wage and hour issues
  • Employee benefits
  • Employee handbooks
  • OSHA compliance
  • Workers’ compensation
Our attorneys have an enviable record of success in defending manufacturers in a wide variety of legal action. Our asbestos defense practice is one of the largest in the state. We have successfully defended a large refiner in a statewide class action alleging damage to underground storage tanks. Robinson & McElwee attorneys regularly defend manufacturers in intentional tort actions brought by their employees. Tax litigation is another area of emphasis, one in which we have successfully defended manufacturers and others in a variety of disputes with the West Virginia revenue authorities.