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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw recently honored Wayne County resident Earl Walls by presenting him with a Consumer Protection Hero.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw, along with 22 other AGs, has signed his name to a letter expressing concern over safeguards to a beer-themed Web site.
From left, new judges William Stewart Thompson, Gina Marie
Groh, J.D. Beane, William J. Sadler, Mary Ellen Griffith, Paul M. Blake Jr. and Joseph C. Pomponio Jr. pose after the public swearing-in ceremony held Wednesday at the state Supreme Court chambers. Chief Justice Robin Davis hosted the new judges and their friends, and Gov. Joe Manchin held a reception for them afterward at the Governor’s Manchin. All of the pictured judges are circuit judges except Griffith, who is a family court judge. (Photos courtesy of the state Supreme Court and Jeff Gentner)
CHARLESTON — New judges recently appointed by Gov. Joe Manchin were at the center of a public swearing-in ceremony Wednesday in the state Supreme Court of Appeals chambers.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw will stop giving away money from settlements of the state’s lawsuits, his chief deputy told the Senate Finance Committee.
CHARLESTON – The House of Delegates has taken a major step toward reinstituting a new lawsuit venue law. The House Judiciary Committee on Monday endorsed a bill that would allow defendants to ask to move a lawsuit elsewhere, making judges … Read More
CHARLESTON — Gov. Joe Manchin on Tuesday appointed Joseph C. Pomponio Jr. to fill the vacancy in West Virginia’s 11th Judicial Circuit left by the retirement of Judge Frank E. Jolliffe. “I know Judge Pomponio will serve the residents of … Read More
CHARLESTON – Darrell McGraw and 39 other state AGs celebrating a $90 million settlement by one of nine computer-chip makers being sued in a three-year legal battle over price fixing.
CHARLESTON – Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office says the state’s Eastern Panhandle needs a regional office to help it serve consumers from that area.
CHARLESTON – An annual legislative hearing to outline Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s budget proposal turned into an impromptu questioning of the office’s use of outside counsel and handling of money received from settlements and verdicts.
CHARLESTON – New House of Delegates Speaker Rick Thompson says he knows frivolous lawsuits are a problem in West Virginia and that he doesn’t rule anything out in terms of tort reform.
CHARLESTON – A yearlong battle between Attorney General Darrell McGraw and Hague Quality Water ended in a settlement in which Hague agreed to end private label credit card financing by its home dealers.