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Monthly Archives: August 2007
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS – The state Supreme Court continues to become more business-friendly, according to a state Chamber of Commerce annual report. Court Watch, the state Chamber’s annual report on Supreme Court business decisions, was presented Wednesday the group’s Business … Read More
CHARLESTON – A former Charleston attorney who was disbarred after embezzling nearly $200,000 from a law firm pleaded guilty to a federal charge of mail fraud. Leonard S. Coleman pleaded guilty Aug. 29 in U.S. District Court to the charge. … Read More
WINFIELD – A Hurricane couple has made good on their promise to quickly re-file legal action against city officials in an effort to halt construction of a nearby Wal-mart Supercenter. Last week, The Record reported that Mark and Delores Halburn … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Nitro resident who has been in the center of several legal disputes has filed another suit against the mayor of Nitro, seeking information requested under West Virginia Open Records Law. Karen Fritz filed a suit Aug. 21 … Read More
CHARLESTON – Two businesses have filed a suit against the West Virginia Board Racing Commission, seeking damages that occurred when the board suspended their racing permits. Charleston attorney Benjamin Bailey filed the suit Aug. 22 in Kanawha Circuit Court on … Read More
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CHARLESTON – The widow of a Wayne County man who died from lung cancer has filed a suit against 39 companies, claiming her husband’s exposure to asbestos on the job caused his disease and ultimate death. Charlotte Anne Warren of … Read More
BECKLEY – Two employees of a Raleigh County gas station that was destroyed when a propane tank at the store exploded have filed a $60 million lawsuit against several companies they blame for the explosion. Patricia Mullins and Leta Farley, … Read More
Dear Editor, In response to personal injury lawyer Mark Moreland’s Aug. 22 letter to The Record, West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (WV CALA) is a local grassroots watchdog movement that has been active in West Virginia for more than … Read More
WINFIELD – A Putnam County couple has sued a state Department of Highways worker and the DOH for injuries the woman sustained in a 2005 auto accident. Cathy M. and Terry L. Rhodes of Hurricane filed a complaint against David … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kentucky couple has filed an asbestos lawsuit in West Virginia, against 52 companies after the man was diagnosed with mesothelioma. William and Joann Potter of South Shore, Ky., filed a suit Aug. 20 in Kanawha Circuit Court. … Read More
CHARLESTON — During every presidential cycle of the past two decades, we have seen states growing more concerned with holding their Primary elections sooner rather than later.
Gov. Joe Manchin, left, and CEO Aubrey McClendon speak during the Chesapeake Energy Corporation Eastern Division Headquarters unveiling ceremony on Aug. 21.
CHARLESTON — In 1989 with just a $50,000 investment and nine employees, Aubrey McClendon had a vision that he could build one of the world’s leading energy exploration companies.
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County woman is suing an Cabell County restaurant for $50,000 after she bit into a nut and damaged one of her teeth.
CHARLESTON – Workers’ compensation insurer BrickStreet Mutual faces a competitive future but can’t shake off the baggage of a state agency. Read More