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CHARLESTON – Two Logan County women have filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against a doctor they worked for, claiming he inappropriately touched them and made sexually offensive comments and gestures toward them. Tiffany Compton and Shalee R. Meade filed a … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Raleigh County man has filed a suit against a local hospital and parking system, after his vehicle was hit while in the parking facilities at the hospital. Paul E. Stover filed the suit Dec. 4 in Kanawha … Read More
MORGANTOWN -– April A. Slokan has joined the Litigation Department of Steptoe & Johnson, and will practice in the firm’s Morgantown office.
CHARLESTON — Jessica Alsop, an associate in the Jackson Kelly Business Law Department, has been appointed a Member of the Young Lawyers Division of the West Virginia Executive Committee.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston family has filed two separate suits against a local heating and cooling business, after their home caught on fire after a new heating unit was installed. The family claims they were discriminated against because of their … Read More
CHARLESTON – On the very day a former client of a Williamson attorney brought misconduct charges against him, the lawyer allegedly lied under oath about misconduct charges of another former client. Now William H. Duty stands to lose his license … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kentucky couple has filed an asbestos lawsuit against 14 companies, claiming they are responsible for the illness the woman developed. Phyllis Mae and Harold Dean Branham of Flatwoods, Ky., filed a suit Dec. 5 in Kanawha Circuit … Read More
CHARLES TOWN – A Jefferson County man has filed a suit against the county Board of Education, seeking $100,000 for damages he incurred after being discharged from the Marine Corps because of a childhood injury. John T. Campbell filed the … Read More
CHARLES TOWN – A Jefferson County woman has filed a suit against her hair stylist, claiming she received chemical burns to her face while having her hair dyed. Jane Brenner filed a suit Nov. 19 in Jefferson Circuit Court against … Read More
MARTINSBURG – An inmate at the Eastern Regional Jail has filed a lawsuit against the jail after he was injured while being transported in the jail’s van. David Dehaven filed the suit Dec. 3 in Berkeley Circuit Court. According to … Read More
HUNTINGTON – A Mingo County man has filed a suit against a Huntington car wash after he was injured while walking to his car. Ray E. Bevins filed a suit Dec. 1 in Cabell Circuit Court against Rollyson’s Car Wash. … Read More
CHARLESTON – California insurer TIG retained William Wilmoth of Wheeling to defend lawyer William Galloway of Weirton in a Marshall County legal malpractice claim, but Wilmoth defended Galloway by attacking TIG from a witness stand.
Assistant Attorney General Charlene Vaughn asks Malik Z. Shabazz about ways she can aid in pressing for hate-crime charges in the Megan Williams case during a rally Tuesday, Dec. 18 at First Baptist Church in Charleston. Though it was unclear if Vaughn was speaking in her official or personal capacity, her boss, Attorney General Darrell V. McGraw expressed an interest earlier this month in taking over prosecution of the case. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – The desire of West Virginia’s Attorney General to play a role in the prosecution of a high-profile civil rights case apparently has been advanced after one of his assistants offered to aid civil rights leaders in their push for hate-crime charges.
CHARLESTON – A Logan County man has filed a suit against a man who wrecked into his car, then left the scene because he was trying to get to a methadone clinic. Richard T. Helton filed the suit Nov. 30 … Read More