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Monthly Archives: January 2008
CLARKSBURG – West Virginia University attorneys have asked U.S. District Judge John Bailey for permission to place former football coach Rich Rodriguez and his wife Rita Rodriguez under oath and ask them where he lived when the university sued him.
Justice Robin Jean Davis, seated, is honored Jan. 30 during a ceremony to honor her work as chief justice in 2006 and 2007. At right is Court Administrator Steve Canterbury. (Photo courtesy of Jeff Gentner, Gentner Photo LLC)
CHARLESTON -– Supreme Court Justice Robin Jean Davis was honored Wednesday for her work on behalf of abused and neglected children during a surprise ceremony in the Supreme Court Chamber.
One of the concerns we hear frequently is whether traditional public opinion polling still works in today’s cell phone and Internet world. The speculation is that landline telephones are becoming obsolete given widespread use of the Internet, cell phones, and … Read More
CHARLESTON — Brenda Nichols Harper, Vice President and General Counsel for the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, will be among the Democrats seeking to be nominated in Kanawha County’s seven-member 30th House District.
HUNTINGTON – Cory Dennison IV, a cum laude graduate of Marshall University with a degree in political science, has been named Director of Development for the university’s College of Science.
CHARLESTON — Rena K. Seidler is an associate in Jackson Kelly’s Litigation and Business Litigation practice groups.
NEW MARTINSVILLE — It took a Wetzel County jury just 45 minutes to return a $4 million wrongful death verdict against a physician. The surviving children and estate of Elizabeth Karpacs won the verdict Jan. 25 against Dr. Anandhi Murthy. … Read More
CHARLESTON — AARP will lead the effort to protect West Virginia consumers from scams during West Virginia Consumer Protection Week Feb. 3-8. West Virginia Consumer Protection Week will highlight consumer education efforts in the fight against fraud, focusing on financial … Read More
Sometimes, government officials don’t think through the implications of their decisions.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court of Appeals has spent more than $160,000 on a federal court case Massey Energy brought against it over the way justices recuse themselves from cases.
CHARLESTON – While recusing himself from another case involving Massey Energy, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Spike Maynard also has provided documentation showing he paid for his trip to France in 2006.
CHARLESTON -– Mike Lacy, the West Virginia Supreme Court’s Director of Probation Services, is a featured guest this month on “Prevention WV,” a 30-minute interview-style television program broadcast on the West Virginia Library Commission’s Library Television network. Lacy is chairman … Read More
CHARLESTON – Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company fumbled three times at the state Supreme Court of Appeals in a futile bid to rewrite an order of Kanawha Circuit Judge Tod Kaufman.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia assessors scored a slam dunk in a contest with county commissioners over the hiring of employees who determine property values. The Supreme Court of Appeals unanimously agreed Jan. 25 that Harrison County assessor Cheryl Romano needed … Read More
Spring Valley High School is located in Huntington.
WAYNE – A Wayne County girl who was injured when she was forced to go down stairs on crutches during a fire drill at her school has filed a suit against the county board of education.