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Monthly Archives: November 2006
CHARLESTON — I ran into Shelley Moore Capito at Kroger and it made me finally sit down and write this article. I’ve been meaning to write it since the end of the election.
CHARLESTON – The Nitro City councilman alleged to have used a fellow councilman’s identity to e-mail a sexually explicit photograph of himself has filed a $10 million counterclaim against his accuser. Tim Harrison and his attorney, Michael Clifford, filed the … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Pittsburgh attorney and his Charleston associate recently filed 12 asbestos lawsuits in Kanawha Circuit Court. David Chervenick of Pittsburgh law firm Goldberg, Persky and White teamed with Charleston attorney Scott Segal to file the lawsuits, which were … Read More
CHARLESTON – A prominent Charleston financial advisor has responded to allegations that he facilitated a misappropriation scheme. Knox Fuqua and his attorney, Eric Snyder of Bailey and Glasser, denied the Securities and Exchange Commission’s charges that were filed in federal … Read More
CHARLESTON – After the two sides went through more than two hours of fruitless mediation, a federal judge filed on Tuesday a scheduling order in the case of a county employee who was fired by one retired and six current … Read More
CHARLESTON – Supreme Court of Appeals Chief Justice Robin Davis believes a law requiring 30 days notice before the filing of a medical malpractice suit violates the West Virginia Constitution, but the other Justices would rather not say what they believe.
MORGANTOWN — Dr. Jon L. Jordan, the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) federal air surgeon, is the recipient of this year’s Eberly College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Recognition Award at West Virginia University.
HUNTINGTON — Jason A. Leasure has joined the Litigation Department of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC practicing in the firm’s Huntington office as an associate.
WHEELING – West Virginia must improve the reputation of its court system if the state wants to improve job opportunities for local workers, according to a statewide group.
CHARLESTON — The much anticipated premiere of “We Are Marshall” is exciting for West Virginia.
NEW YORK — In recent years, the courts of West Virginia have been a favorite target of the self-labeled tort “reform” movement.
PARKERSBURG – The C8 science panel has asked and now hopes to receive.
CHARLESTON – A recently filed asbestos lawsuit names only two defendants, the successors-in-interest to several railroads. Rudolph Thompson says he was exposed to asbestos while employed at the various railroads and filed suit Nov. 15 in Kanawha Circuit Court. He … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman is suing a pharmacy for not maintaining its floor in a safe condition. Ann Hines is suing Fruth Pharmacy in Kanawha Circuit Court, having filed her lawsuit Nov. 14. She says Fruth had a … Read More
CHARLESTON – The estate of a Kanawha County man who was crushed between two tractor-trailers is suing over his death. Lacrecia Legg, acting as the administratrix of the Estate of Mark Hanna, her brother, filed the lawsuit Nov. 14 in … Read More