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CHARLESTON – A national tort reform group commended the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s survey on legal climates, noting the similarities to its own report issued in December. The American Tort Reform Association on Wednesday commended the Chamber’s Institute for Legal … Read More
CHARLESTON – For the second consecutive year, a national survey ranks West Virginia’s legal climate as the worst in the country.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are butting heads again, this time over an ad campaign.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse is taking shots at the state’s “Open For Business” slogan in new radio ads criticizing recently passed legislation.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse is starting an ad campaign focusing on the legislative Judiciary Committee chairs for siding with their “personal injury lawyer cronies to block meaningful legal reform.”
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association has commended Gov. Joe Manchin for signing into law a bill that will limit out-of-state plaintiffs from filing lawsuits in West Virginia.
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office has announced the names of the members of his newly formed Citizens Advisory Committee.
CHARLESTON – A bill aimed at limiting lawsuits filed by out-of-state residents was signed into law, drawing praise and criticism from several groups following the issue.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s circuit court system will remain as is, at least for now, after Gov. Joe Manchin on Wednesday vetoed a bill that would have added six judges.