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Monthly Archives: November 2007
CHARLESTON – Former Moorefield High School football coach and science teacher Brian Powell did not deserve a four-year suspension of his teaching licenses for lashing his son with a belt, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has decided. The … Read More
CHARLESTON — Spike Maynard will be Chief Justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in 2008, and Brent Benjamin will hold the position in 2009.
WINFIELD – A Kanawha County man claims a bone found in a McDonald’s hamburger resulted in an injury to his tooth. William W. Mucklow filed the lawsuit Nov. 20 in Putnam Circuit Court against McDonald’s Corporation and Macatac Winfield Inc., … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley County woman has filed a suit against the nation’s largest retailer after she was injured when she fell on an empty pallet at the store. Margaret Kohl filed a suit Nov. 5 in Berkeley Circuit Court … Read More
CHARLESTON – Looking more like what may be submitted for a case in circuit or the Supreme Court, the five residents with a pending case in Monongalia Magistrate Court against an alleged Virginia private investigator hope the 23 exhibits they … Read More
Once upon a time, a marketing director tried to remain budget-conscious by purchasing lesser-quality items and trinkets to give away as client gifts. Much to her horror, she learned months later that a bag full of the company-monogrammed items had … Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia is in a unique situation in the world of power, according to a group of businesses that say new power lines are required for the state to have a bright future.
CHARLESTON — In the “Year of the Child, Too,” the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals is making children involved in Family Court matters a priority.
CHARLESTON – The mother of a Clarksburg man who made national headlines when he sued McDonald’s after he suffered an allergic reaction to the cheese on his burger, has spoken out about the case, the accident and what she hopes lies ahead.
NEW MARTINSVILLE – A federal bankruptcy judge recently ruled that state Attorney General Darrell McGraw may proceed with his case against Iams Funeral Home even though it filed for bankruptcy.
CHARLESTON – State Attorney General Darrell McGraw reached an agreement Tuesday with a New York-based debt purchaser to cancel the debts owed by 861 consumers.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Putnam County-based company will get to keep the nearly $13 million judgment it was awarded in April 2006 after the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear the appeal of the defendant. Monday, the justices denied … Read More
HUNTINGTON — To counter Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s “reckless and seemingly politically motivated spending,” a state group is urging West Virginia seniors to help protect services for poor and disabled citizens.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court Law Library will host a free workshop on “Basic Legal Research” at 11 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 1. Topics to be covered include how to find court opinions and statutes, and what kinds of … Read More
CLARKSBURG — The National Law Journal’s 30th annual survey of the nation’s largest law firms revealed that Steptoe & Johnson PLLC ranks 235th on the list for the 2007 year. No other law firm headquartered in West Virginia was included, … Read More