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PRINCETON – A West Virginia woman is suing over claims that her former employer did not pay its discharged employees in a timely manner.
MOOREFIELD – A Scott Depot corporation is suing over an unpaid amount due on contract work it completed, citing breach of contract, unjust enrichment, intentional misrepresentation and theft of services.
MOOREFIELD – A Pennsylvania lumber company is suing a West Virginia cabinet company over a past due balance
RIPLEY – The representative of a dead man's estate is filing a wrongful death suit, claiming negligence and reckless misconduct.
FAYETTEVILLE – A Fayette County man is suing his former employer, a Texas artificial lift systems company, after another employee allegedly assaulted him.
WHEELING – A woman in Belmont County, Ohio says she was fired by Russell Nesbitt Services in retaliation for coming forward with gender discrimination complaints against its executive director.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Marshall County couple is suing four utility companies, alleging the defendants are disputing their ownership of the oil and gas taken from land they purchased in 1996.
In a rare and complicated acquisition, the nonprofit land conservation fund Virginia Conservation Legacy Fund (VCLF) purchased a group of bankrupt coalmines from Patriot Coal Corporation.
In 2011, the United Nations established the first set of global standards for preventing businesses from violating human rights by adopted the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Now, four years later, a new book has emerged courtesy of a WVU College of Law conference in Sept. 2013.
WHEELING – An Ohio County woman says Chesapeake Appalachia offered her money for land and oil and gas royalties only to cancel the deal once rights of way agreements had been signed.