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Monthly Archives: July 2007
CHARLESTON – Suspended Wayne County Magistrate Tommy Toler has moved his lawsuit against the state Supreme Court of Appeals to Kanawha County.
CHARLESTON – Another former client of a Kanawha County massage therapist who was arrested for videotaping his clients undressing and dressing has filed a lawsuit against him.
CHARLESTON – A former accountant of International Coal Group claims he was fired after he discovered some problems that should have been placed in a company audit.
WINFIELD — Putnam General Hospital was negligent in hiring a doctor who ended up being named in more than medical malpractice suits. The Putnam County jury’s ruling Tuesday means that Putnam General will be a co-defendant in the 122 cases … Read More
CHARLESTON — Cynthia L. Lowther, Advanced Certified Paralegal, was recently appointed to a three-year term as a member of the Professional Development Committee (PDC) of the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA).
CHARLESTON – BlueHippo has agreed to temporarily stop selling merchandise in West Virginia after agreeing to an order with Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
HUNTINGTON – Three Jenkins Fenstermaker attorneys have been named West Virginia Super Lawyers 2007 by Law & Politics magazine.
West Virginia took a few more lumps this week, this time on the subject of its youth. Read More
A juror in one of the state’s biggest murder trials in years shares thoughts on the case and the verdict. Read More
CHARLESTON – Two years after the state Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that Erie Insurance Property and Casualty did not have to disclose its reserves to a woman who accused the insurer of bad faith, the Justices ruled that Erie had to after all. Read More
HUNTINGTON – The former interim director of the Huntington Municipal Parking Board has filed a suit against the City of Huntington after she was arrested and charged with embezzlement. Linda Hamilton filed a suit July 2 in Cabell Circuit Court … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against a local delivery service and one of its deliverymen claiming he sexually assaulted her in his delivery vehicle. Attorney Steven B. Wiley filed the suit on behalf of the … Read More
HUNTINGTON – A Virginia man has filed a suit against CSX Transportation Inc. claiming he was not hired because he was colorblind when, in fact, he is not colorblind and has taken two tests to prove it. Shawn Nicely, 24, … Read More
CHARLESTON – Hampshire Circuit Judge Andrew Frye went overboard when he held Sylvia Catron in contempt for violating an injunction, according to the state Supreme Court of Appeals. The five Justices agreed that Frye abused his discretion in seeking to … Read More
CHARLESTON — Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that Ariella G. Silberman has been hired as an associate in its Charleston office.