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CHARLESTON – Five years after Boone County jurors awarded about $50 million on a claim that Massey Coal ruined a man and his business, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals will judge the trial. The Justices will hear arguments … Read More
CHARLESTON – The clouds of controversy surrounding Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher became a lot darker recently.
The Supreme Court Law Library and Paul Jean from Chase Bank will present a free workshop called “First-Time Home Buying” at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 26, in the Law Library, Room E-404, on the fourth floor of the East Wing … Read More
CHARLESTON – A legal grudge match pitting two doctors against each other may hold as much at stake over the future of medical malpractice cases as last week’s Friends of Coal Bowl had for bragging rights as to who would be the state’s No. 1 football team.
HUNTINGTON – Executives of regional airline Colgan Air ordered their Huntington crew to stop tormenting prospective pilot Rao Zahid Khan, but a month after the World Trade Center attacks the Huntington crew fired him. Now the West Virginia Supreme Court … Read More
CHARLESTON -– West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Larry V. Starcher presented a proclamation declaring Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007, as “J.R. Clifford Day” to the officers of the West Virginia NAACP, the Mountain State Bar, and the J.R. Clifford Project.
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher apparently is looking for another job.
CHARLESTON — Two West Virginia Supreme Court Justices will read to West Virginia elementary school students on Constitution Day on Monday, Sept. 17.
WAYNE -– The Wayne County Juvenile Drug Court Diversion Program will begin operating during a ceremony at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 18 in Wayne Circuit Judge Darrell Pratt’s courtroom in the Wayne County Courthouse. The pre-adjudicatory juvenile drug court program … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of two Kanawha County women convicted of obstruction of justice in Mingo County. By doing so, says one of their attorneys, the women hope the High Court will … Read More
CHARLESTON – For Robin Jean Davis, it’s like starting a new school year.
CHARLESTON – Michael Mounts admits he has a massive ego and a checkered past, but he doesn’t see why those should keep him from practicing law in West Virginia. Mounts has asked the Supreme Court of Appeals to overrule the … Read More