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CHARLESTON – On the very day a former client of a Williamson attorney brought misconduct charges against him, the lawyer allegedly lied under oath about misconduct charges of another former client. Now William H. Duty stands to lose his license … Read More
CHARLESTON – California insurer TIG retained William Wilmoth of Wheeling to defend lawyer William Galloway of Weirton in a Marshall County legal malpractice claim, but Wilmoth defended Galloway by attacking TIG from a witness stand.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher on Thursday ended speculation by announcing that he will not be seeking re-election to a second term on the State’s highest Court.
CHARLESTON – Debbie Plumley of Milton must wear a “scarlet letter” because the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals denied her a shot at redemption, Justice Joseph Albright protested.
Huntington attorney Menis Ketchum speaks during his Dec. 12 press conference to formally announce his run for a seat on the state Supreme Court. (Photo by Chris Dickerson)
CHARLESTON – Surrounded by family, friends and supporters, Huntington attorney Menis Ketchum made his bid for a seat on the state Supreme Court official.
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher apologized Thursday to the attorney to whom he recently referred as “window dressing” because of her Pakistani descent.
CHARLESTON – Chief Justice Robin Davis of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has warned circuit judges to stop excluding expert witnesses.
CHARLESTON – Kanawha Circuit Judge Paul Zakaib shouldn’t have excluded two doctors from testifying in a food poisoning lawsuit against Wendy’s International restaurants, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals decided.