W.Va. Power sues attorney for breach of contract

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Baseball is suing former attorney R. Michael Martin after it claims he breached his contract with the company. On Feb. 23, 2005, WVB – also known as the West Virginia Power minor league baseball team – and Martin entered into a suite agreement for the defendant's law firm to lease Suite No. 4 from WVB at the rate of $20,000 per year, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Circuit Court. Read More »

Authority, Triad answer Yeager Airport landslide complaint

CHARLESTON – Central Regional West Virginia Airport Authority and Triad Engineering have filed answers to a complaint filed against it because of the March landslide, while two other defendants filed motions to dismiss themselves from the lawsuit. Meanwhile, airport officials want to keep the case in Kanawha Circuit Court rather than having it removed to federal court. Yeager officials say removing the case to federal court could delay work on the runway in wake of the March 12 landslide. Read More »