Matthew R. Bowles is an associate at Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins whose
practice focuses primarily on commercial law with an emphasis in health care, asset
acquisitions and divestitures, the Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act, compliance
with the Stark Physician self-referral rules and Medicare Anti-Kickback regulations,
non-profit or tax exempt entities and real estate development and finance.
Mr. Bowles earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, magna cum laude,
from Bowling Green State University, where he minored in English and History, in 2004.
He earned his Doctorate of Jurisprudence with High Honors from The University of
Tennessee, College of Law in 2007. Mr. Bowles was admitted to practice law in
West Virginia and the United States District Court for the Southern District of West
Virginia that same year.
Mr. Bowles is active in his community. Among other commitments, he is the
President of the Board of Directors of the Family Counseling Connection, a regional
non-profit organization providing mental health services in Charleston and surrounding
counties, regardless of ability to pay. Mr. Bowles serves on the finance
committee and the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities West Virginia, a Statewide
charitable organization, serving more than 70,000 individuals in need through a variety
of outreach programs and services throughout West Virginia each year. He also
serves on the Western Regional Advisory Council, based in Charleston, for Catholic
Charities West Virginia.
Mr. Bowles lives in Charleston with his wife Jenna.