Loughry CHARLESTON – A day after state Supreme Court candidate Allen Loughry sued the State Election Commission for not following through in providing his campaign public financing money, the panel held an emergency meeting.
Webb CHARLESTON – Two Charleston law firms have filed a lawsuit against Mountain State University on behalf of students of the university.
Rich CHARLESTON -- A former associate attorney at Huddleston Bolen is suing the law firm after she claims she was discriminated against because of her gender.
HUNTINGTON -- Bottle rockets, a man's anus and a fraternity party have resulted in a lawsuit.
McGraw CHARLESTON -- The National College of Virginia, Inc. is suing West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw for an investigation it claims is unlawful.
Groh WASHINGTON – The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has decided to slow down nomination hearings to give time to confirm pending nominees.
McGraw CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing Attorney General Darrell McGraw after she claims her employment was wrongfully terminated.
MORGANTOWN – West Virginia University has filed a lawsuit against the Big East Conference to be able to move quickly to the Big XII.
Groh WASHINGTON – The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted to approve Berkeley Circuit Judge Gina M. Groh to the federal court, along with four other judges in different states.
WINFIELD –- Yellow Book Sales & Distribution Company is suing Klein & Hall after it claims it failed to pay for advertising services.
Davis CHARLESTON -- The state Supreme Court's Revised Rules of Appellate Procedure are ready and will go into effect Dec. 1.
Giatras CHARLESTON -- Ogden Directories is suing Giatras Law Firm and attorneys Troy N. Giatras and Rusty Webb after it claims they failed to pay nearly $200,000 for advertising.
Byrd CHARLESTON -- Members of the West Virginia legal community are mourning the death of U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd.
MADISON -- The widow of a miner employed more than four years at the Upper Big Branch Mine has filed the second wrongful death suit related to the April 5 explosion that killed 29 coal miners.
Segal CHARLESTON -- A prominent Charleston attorney is suing Taylor Made Fitness and its owner after he claims they failed to deliver fitness equipment to him.
CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Chesapeake Appalachia for breach of contract and fraud.