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Daily Archives: October 25, 2007
Dear Editor: I find it curious that in the October 22nd edition of The West Virginia Record that you found it news worthy to print that Larry Starcher was at the “Roots and Branches” symposium in Huntington pretending to be … Read More
There is little that is factual in Sen. Vic Sprouse’s recent diatribe against a jury verdict that found in favor of a man who lost his leg after being run over by an 18-wheel, semi-truck in a Go-Mart parking lot.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man has filed a suit against an employee of a local television station who allegedly hit him after failing to stop at a red light.
HUNTINGTON – Barboursville attorney Greg Howard has kicked off the race for a Cabell Circuit Court judicial seat.
SPENCER – A Charleston law firm hopes a lawsuit concerning damages caused by Columbia Gas pipelines is given class-action status. Tim J. Yianne and Harry F. Bell Jr. of Bell & Bands filed the lawsuit Oct. 17 in Roane Circuit … Read More
CHARLESTON – Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s chief deputy on Thursday called the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for Legal Reform’s proposed code of conduct for AGs an attempt to stop AGs across the country from enforcing consumer laws.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man claims the neglect his mother was shown at a local nursing home caused her death and he is seeking damages for her estate. Jerry Burgess filed a suit Oct. 11 in Kanawha Circuit Court … Read More
The film “Michael Clayton” may be yet another cinematic example of art imitating life, or more appropriately, art imitating law.
CHARLESTON – Fifteen years after Debbie Plumley finished serving time for felony incest, she must close an informal nursing home in Milton because of her crime. The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals decided Oct. 12 that her conviction disqualified … Read More