Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that William D. Wilmoth has been elected Secretary of the board of the West Virginia Independent Colleges and Universities.
An attorney resident in the Wheeling office of Steptoe & Johnson, Wilmoth concentrates his practice in litigation, particularly in defending complex commercial and energy cases, securities cases, and health care cases. He also counsels clients in health care compliance audits, and in health care fraud and other white-collar criminal investigations.
During his legal career, he has tried a wide variety of personal injury and criminal cases in state and federal court in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. He served as United States Attorney for over five years and as Assistant United States Attorney for three years. He has also been involved in appellate proceedings before the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia, the United States Courts of Appeals for the Third and Fourth Circuits, and the Supreme Court of the United States. Wilmoth serves as Managing Member of the firm's Wheeling office and as Assistant Department Head of the Litigation Department.
A graduate of West Virginia University (J.D., B.S.), Wilmoth is recognized in the legal publications, The Best Lawyers in America®, Super Lawyer® , and Who's Who in American Law.
About Steptoe & Johnson
Steptoe & Johnson PLLC is a business-focused firm with particular strengths in energy, labor, employment and litigation. It comprises over 180 lawyers resident in eight locations throughout West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. For nearly a century, Steptoe & Johnson has demonstrated its commitment to quality, devoting personal attention, experience, skill, and resources to client-focused service. For more information, visit the firm's Web site: www.steptoe-johnson.com
About the WVICU
In 1951, a group of business leaders joined forces with West Virginia's independent colleges to create and promote the work of liberal arts colleges in the state. Corporate leaders believed that a collaborative effort for raising funds would strengthen the colleges and build a foundation for obtaining necessary resources. The West Virginia Independent Colleges & Universities provides undesignated and designated financial support to its eight fully accredited members and has provided over $34 million to these schools since 1951. WVICU is particularly proud of its Circle of Vision program, which provided scholarships to 229 West Virginia students in 2009.
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