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We all learned back in grammar school that there are two sides to every story. Read More
There’s that jingle again, about the personal injury lawyer who won’t take “no” for an answer. Then there’s the ad from another personal injury lawyer who asks, “In a wreck? Get a check!” Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s Attorney General, Darrell McGraw, continues to evade the issue of why his office decided not to structure a consumer action settlement agreement so that the bulk of $10 million in lawsuit funds would go back to the state agencies for whom he served as legal counsel. Read More
Back in January, West Virginia’s football Mountaineers won a prestigious BCS bowl game. Read More
I write to show support for a law school at Marshall University. Such an expansion of professional education is long overdue. It would show that the state of West Virginia is serious about providing academic opportunities for its citizens. Our … Read More
March Madness has special meaning to us in West Virginia, with our Mountaineers playing among the nation’s best on the basketball court. From a political perspective though, there is madness this March resounding through the halls of the state capitol and around West Virginia. It is anger and public outrage over an out-of-control Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
Like Tony Soprano, Attorney General Darrell McGraw takes it personally when less-distinguished folks question his judgment. Read More
I am writing in support of a law school for Marshall University and for southern West Virginia. It seems that any further education we offered would only help our citizens, our children, and future citizens. I don’t see how more … Read More
How many plaintiff’s lawyers have been “made” by Attorney General Darrell McGraw to hunt big business game on the people’s behalf? Read More
By Sean Parnell There are two tort systems in West Virginia, or so it seems to observers of the litigation climate there. The first has been reformed in recent years, delivering the benefits of competition and choice to consumers, lowering … Read More