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Monthly Archives: February 2007
WHEELING – The former president and CEO of a West Virginia nonprofit organization has filed a suit that alleges, among other things, his job was given to “a close associate” of Congressman Alan Mollohan. Read More
WHEELING – An Ohio County man says he was wrongly fired from a Wheeling television station. Tim Bishop filed a suit Feb. 22 in Ohio Circuit Court against WTOV-TV after he says he was released from his two-year contract early … Read More
MOUNDSVILLE – Marshall County attorney David Hummel Jr. has filed to run for Circuit Judge in the Second Judicial Circuit.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County general contractor claims a client did not pay for materials and labor. RC General Contractors filed a suit Feb. 16 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Dr. Pat and Carol Burgess of Charleston. The lawsuit says … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against the estates of two men who she claims are responsible for the death of her husband and two children. Whitney Shamblin filed a suit Feb. 20 in Kanawha Circuit … Read More
CHARLESTON – A recent opinion by the state Supreme Court will help avoid future attempts at collusion by plaintiff’s and insured parties, an attorney involved in the case said Monday. Read More
CHARLESTON – An inmate in the custody of the Ohio County Correctional Center has filed a lawsuit against the state Department of Transportation’s Division of Highways after he was injured while on work detail. Nick Savas filed the suit Feb. … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A former Martinsburg attorney has been indicted for the murder of his ex-wife. Stephen R. Fielder is accused of the first-degree murder of Debra Ann Fielder. Her dismembered body was found last August. He was indicted Thursday by … Read More
CHARLESTON — Two West Virginia Supreme Court justices will participate in Read Across America Day events honoring the March 2 birthday of the late Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. The justices’ participation in the events is part … Read More
CLARKSBURG — Business leader, executive coach and author Scott Eblin will share what it takes to move up to the next level and excel as an organizational leader at the Steptoe & Johnson Labor Institute July 19-20 at Snowshoe Mountain … Read More
CHARLESTON – Under West Virginia law anyone who intends to sue the state must give 30 days notice, but Justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals appear ready to strike down that law.
CHARLESTON – Administrative Law Judge Paul Marteney tied West Virginia courts into knots when he rescinded pay raises for six Division of Natural Resources employees.
WHEELING – A minor blames a children’s home where he staying after he claims he was the victim as sexual assault.
We were glad to see Fran Hughes, the right hand of West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw, finally called on the people’s carpet earlier this month. Read More
HUNTINGTON – A Putnam County man has filed a suit against his former employer for injuries he sustained while on the job. James VanKirk filed a suit Feb. 6 in Cabell Circuit Court against CSX Transportation, claiming he sustained injuries … Read More