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Daily Archives: October 4, 2007
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man has been awarded $2 million from a jury after he sued a local gas station and a trucking company when he lost his right leg in a 2005 accident. Joe Meadows, of Hernshaw, was … Read More
Dear Litigator: I regret to inform you that the jury has decided against your client, Big Business. Your client has been found guilty of negligence. Your client has been hit with a very large award to the plaintiff. It seems … Read More
WINFIELD – A Charleston attorney has filed more than 70 cancer lawsuits against Monsanto and related companies over its old plant in Nitro. Read More
CHARLESTON – The federal government isn’t the only one demanding money from state Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s controversial OxyContin settlement.
CHARLESTON — Steptoe & Johnson has announced that Renee Clay, a paralegal in the firm’s Charleston office, has completed the two-day certified legal assistant/paralegal examination and is now entitled to use of the “CLA” or “CP” professional credential.
CHARLESTON — Margaret Workman responded to my column last week (that was picked up by The West Virginia Record) and I don’t normally respond to a response, but I thought I’d give it one more try.
CHARLESTON – A former Capitol Complex security guard has filed a suit against the firm that hired him, claiming he was fired after he told state officials his security company was hiring unqualified workers. David Katonka, of Charleston, filed the … Read More
CHARLESTON — As the United States continues to fight wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, we must remember our brave young men and women in uniform.
CHARLESTON – The actions of a Clarksburg lawyer has caused the West Virginia State Bar to rescind his “Young Lawyer of the Year” award. Attorney Christopher A. Davis accepted the award in April at the State Bar’s annual dinner. He … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The law firm of Spilman Thomas & Battle PLLC is pleased to announce the following attorneys have joined the firm.
CINCINNATI – Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has received the highest ranking in the nation in Mining Law from Best Lawyers, a respected peer-review publication. Seven Dinsmore & Shohl attorneys received individual Best Lawyers’ recognition in Mining Law – the most of any law firm in the United States. Read More
HURRICANE -– In a scene reminiscent of the 2000 presidential election, questionable ballots have resulted in the candidates for Hurricane’s mayoral race turning to the courts to determine the rightful winner. Officially, Scott D. Edwards is Hurricane’s mayor. In the … Read More
CHARLESTON — Charles R. Bailey, Esq., has been appointed to the West Virginia University College of Law Development Council.