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CHARLESTON – Chuck Canterbury of Mount Hope, who twice persuaded the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to throw out criminal charges against him, now wants the Court to let him sue those who arrested him. Canterbury, 80 years old, … Read More
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 – Workers’ compensation insurer BrickStreet Mutual faces a competitive future but can’t shake off the baggage of a state agency. Read More
CHARLESTON – McDowell County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Dannie Barie has lost his law license. The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals suspended his license and 19 others Aug. 2 for failure to earn credits for continuing education. In July, McDowell … Read More
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis lectured Justice Larry Starcher so firmly over a dissent that he probably can count it as credit for continuing education.
CHARLESTON — A woman’s appeal of a Monongalia Circuit Court decision that stripped her of $9 million of a $10 million verdict against a Morgantown hospital. Justices will hear oral arguments Oct. 23 in the case involving Allison Riggs. She … Read More
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin has accused his colleagues of rewriting law to stretch the statute of limitations for a plaintiff who suffered temporary insanity.
CHARLESTON – Four Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals dishonored former Justice Arthur Recht when they ordered him to hold a new trial, in the view of dissenting Justice Brent Benjamin.
CHARLESTON – Four months after the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals decided that attorneys in Wheeling could forever collect 30 percent of royalties on a coal lease they negotiated, the argument hasn’t ended.
CHARLESTON – Erie Insurance Property and Casualty Company may have violated state law, according to Justice Brent Benjamin of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.