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CHARLESTON — The National Business Institute (NBI) has partnered with a law firm to moderate judicial forums in Charleston and Morgantown this spring. The upcoming seminars, set for May and April, will revolve around the West Virginia Business Court and judiciary takes on litigation, and will be managed by two Bowles Rice partners. Stuart McMillan and Andrew Fusco will each manage their own seminar, respectively.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled that an injury a man sustained was not caused by an accident at work. The court found that the decision of the Board of Review was not in clear violation of any constitutional or statutory provision, nor was it clearly the result of erroneous conclusions of law, nor was it based upon a material misstatement or mischaracterization of the evidentiary record, according to the Feb. 4 memorandum decision.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals affirmed a 2014 decision made by the Office of Judges in regard to a man’s 2012 injury. The court found that the decision of the Board of Review was not in clear violation of any constitutional or statutory provision, according to the Feb. 4 memorandum decision.
PINEVILLE — A Wyoming County couple is suing General Motors for alleged defects in a new truck they purchased early last year.
WHEELING — A West Virginia real estate firm and other property owners are suing CLS Group and several other defendants in a dispute involving mineral rights.
PINEVILLE — A Wyoming County woman is suing Family Dollar Stores, a company where she worked for seven years, claiming the defendant fired her after she filed a workers’ compensation claim.
PRINCETON — A Mason County woman is suing Princeton Health Care Center, claiming the nursing home's neglect of her mother’s care contributed to her death.
MARTINSBURG – A man is suing the Jefferson County Board of Education through his guardian after he claims he was injured by a teacher at school.
KINGWOOD – A man is suing R&R Operations LLC after he claims he was injured from a fall from a rooftop. Mark Ball, Sheri Ball, Shorthorns LLC and Maine Crossings LLC were also named as defendants in the suit. On Dec. 14, the defendants in the suit filed motions to dismiss the lawsuit, citing improper venue. The court ordered that the case be transferred to Preston Circuit Court from Monongalia Circuit Court.
CHARLESTON – A Delbarton man is suing Williamson Memorial Hospital after he claims it violated HIPAA by disclosing personal information about his surgery.