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CLARKSBURG – A lawsuit alleging Healthsouth Corporation discriminated against a former employee because of her age was removed to federal court, where the plaintiff filed to voluntarily dismiss the case. Bonnie Shaffer filed her motion for voluntary dismissal in the U.S.
CHARLESTON – The U.S. Justice Department says the owner and former property manager of a Cross Lanes apartment complex has agreed to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit. Perkins Parke Apartments has agreed to pay $120,000 in damages and civil penalties to settle the suit alleging that three former agents sexually harassed and retaliated against female tenants, which is a violation of the Fair Housing Act (FHA).
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has announced that a consumer representative from his office will conduct mobile office hours during October throughout four Metro Valley counties. The representative will educate consumers on the latest scams in their area and provide them with tips on how to protect their personal information from scammers, according to a press release from the office. Andrea Lannom, a consumer outreach and compliance specialist with the office, wi
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, in a ruling last week, shot down a plaintiff’s efforts to have a lawsuit filed over her son’s death at a Tough Mudder event in Berkeley County remain in a Marshall County court. The state’s high court, in an opinion issued Sept. 24, granted a petition for writ of prohibition filed by Airsquid Ventures Inc., doing business as Amphibious Medics; Tough Mudder LLC; Peacemaker National Training Center LLC; General Mills Inc. and General Mills
PRINCETON--A Mercer County couple is suing Chevrolet, alleging they were sold a defective truck.
CHARLESTON– A former correctional officer is seeking restitution for alleged violations of the West Virginia Whistle-Blower Law, claiming he was bullied on the job.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston man is alleging he was fired because of his age and is seeking compensatory damages.
CHARLESTON– A West Virginia public agency is seeking compensation from a medical practice that they allege committed fraud.
CHARLESTON– Two discharged West Virginia security guards are seeking allegedly unpaid wages from their former employers.
CHARLESTON– A Charleston man is seeking compensation after he was allegedly assaulted in a Rite Aid by a security guard.