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Monthly Archives: January 2007
CHARLESTON – An Elkview woman has filed a suit against the owners of a parking lot where she slipped and fell on a pile of ice and snow. Connie Taylor filed a lawsuit Jan. 18 against Jim Smith and O.V. … Read More
CHARLES TOWN – Tenants of a Harper’s Ferry rental home have filed a suit against their landlord, claiming he breached their contract by not providing a sufficient living atmosphere and tried to have them evicted. John and Michele Stevens filed … Read More
CHARLESTON — Teresa W. Helmick has joined the Business Department of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC practicing in the firm’s Charleston office Of Counsel.
CHARLESTON – Legal Aid of West Virginia has launched a new Web site aimed at helping residents of the state get off on the right legal foot.
HUNTINGTON – Huntington High basketball star O.J. Mayo was awarded a temporary restraining order Tuesday, meaning he can play in the Highlanders’ next two games, both against nationally ranked opponents. Read More
CHARLESTON – A Poca man has filed a suit against a local car dealership, claiming he was unlawfully fired because he reported a co-worked who was illegally overcharging customers. Danny J. Burgess Jr. filed the suit Jan. 17 against C&O … Read More
CHARLESTON — Clayton G. Anderson has joined the Litigation Department of Steptoe & Johnson practicing in the firm’s Charleston office as an associate.
State Judge Harry Hanna of our neighbor the Buckeye State made national headlines last week for taking a novel, if overdue, stance: Lawyers who lie and scheme in his court will lose the privilege of practicing before it. Read More
CHARLESTON – Leaders of the judiciary committees at the West Virginia Capitol have split the work of choosing the right number of judges for the state’s courts.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County couple has sued their co-investors, claiming those people tried to freeze their assets and take over their business, and the couple is seeking $10 million in punitive damages. Clark and Kathi Diehl filed the suit … Read More
WHEELING – A Pennsylvania woman has filed a suit against Wheeling Jesuit University because she fell on the property of the school and injured herself.
WHEELING – An Ohio County woman who came to West Virginia after her home in New Orleans was destroyed has filed a suit against an automobile rental company who reported the rental car she was using as being stolen. Debra … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A New York doctor has filed a suit against a former co-worker at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Martinsburg. Harold Warren filed a suit against fellow physician Peter Markovic, claiming Markovic provided false and misleading information several times … Read More
CHARLESTON – Almost a month after filing suit, State Attorney General Darrell McGraw reached a temporary agreement IGIA, Inc., that provides the company will cease doing business in the state.