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Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC

325 Eighth Street

Huntington, WV 25701-2225

Phone (304) 523-2100

Toll Free (866) 617-4736

Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC

215 S. 3rd Street

Suite 400

Clarksburg, WV 26301

Phone (304) 521-6120

Toll Free (866) 617-4736

The Best Lawyers in America® Names WV Oil and Gas Lawyer Allison Farrell to 2022 List
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Bitcoin and Blockchain for Restaurants

By Xavier W. Staggs of Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC on 10/20/2021

Owners and operators of restaurants and other businesses in the food service industry should educate themselves regarding the possibilities around the use of Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies, and blockchain for restaurants and food supply. Cryptocurrency and blockchain are relatively novel, complex concepts that involve risks; however, the benefits of Bitcoin for restaurants and blockchain in food service and supply are also significant and merit attention.


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FAQ on Oil and Gas Law

By Allison Janine Farrell of Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC on 10/05/2021

As gas and oil lease and property rights lawyers in West Virginia (WV), Pennsylvania (PA), and Ohio (OH), we regularly receive questions about our practice. Questions range from our experience in oil and gas compliance matters to property rights issues involving oil and gas extraction. In an effort to explain the intricacies involved in this unique field of business regulation, we have gathered and answered some of the most common FAQ on oil and gas laws. 

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An Introduction to WV Easements and Rights of Way

By Allison Janine Farrell of Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC on 09/20/2021

An often overlooked but very important consideration in commercial real estate transactions is whether a property for sale either benefits from an easement or is burdened by an easement. In West Virginia (WV), an easement may give permission for utilities to run underground, give rights for mineral extraction, or more. Understanding the implications of WV easements and rights of way is essential to a successful commercial real estate transaction. 


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FAQs Answered by a West Virginia Black Lung Defense Lawyer

By James Heslep of Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC on 09/16/2021

For any business currently or potentially facing claims under the Black Lung Benefits Act (BLBA), consultation with an experienced black lung defense lawyer is critical. The businesses at risk are not limited to coal mining operations. Even vendors to coal operators may be liable under the BLBA.


Image of a lump of unprocessed coal, representing how black lung lawyer Mac Heslep at Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC can help your company identify exposure to black lung claims and prepare an appropriate response and defense.

A Black Lung Lawyer Explains Claim Exposure for Unsuspecting Employers

By James Heslep of Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC on 08/18/2021

You may have seen black lung disease, also known as coal workers’ pneumoconiosis, depicted in movies set in the Appalachia. The condition is most common in coal miners who inhale coal dust, which can damage their lungs. But you may not realize that you don’t have to be a traditional mining operation to be subject to black lung claims. Consultation with an experienced black lung lawyer is critical to determining your business’s risk for certain, but this article summarizes when a business’s workers may be entitled to claim black lung benefits even if not working for traditional mining businesses.


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