He has been practicing law in West Virginia for more than 20 years. He is admitted to practice in West Virginia, Pennsylvania and D.C. and is a title agent for First American and Old Republic National Title.
London has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America and West Virginia Super Lawyers in the areas of real estate, business and corporate law.
He earned his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1987. He completed his undergraduate degree in business from The Pennsylvania State University in 1984.
In other news at Bowles Rice, partner Andrew G. Fusco has been named by Managing Intellectual Property magazine to its annual “IP Stars” list.
This is the second consecutive year Fusco has earned recognition from the magazine. Fusco practices in the firm’s Morgantown office.
He focuses his practice on intellectual property infringement, general and complex litigation, antitrust, competition law, RICO, business disputes, white-collar criminal defense, mergers and acquisitions and product and technology licensing.
He holds Martindale-Hubbell’s preeminent AV rating and has been named a West Virginia Super Lawyer. He also is recognized by Best Lawyers in America for intellectual property litigation, antitrust litigation, commercial litigation, corporate governance law, and mergers and acquisitions law.
IP Stars honors top practicing intellectual property attorneys and firms based on interviews and surveys with industry clients and peers, to provide deeper insights to the complex U.S. IP legal market for in-house counsel at Fortune 500 companies.
Bowles Rice has 140 attorneys in West Virginia (other offices are in Charleston, Martinsburg, Moundsville and Parkersburg) and Southpointe, Pa., Lexington, Ky., and Winchester, Va.