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Monthly Archives: March 2008
CHARLESTON — A statewide legal reform group has invited West Virginians to choose their favorite April Fool’s Day lawsuit as a way to draw attention to abuse of the courts. The online survey might be in good fun, but Steve … Read More
“We Are Marshall” stars Matthew McConaughey and Matthew Fox.
LOS ANGELES – A protective order was approved by a federal judge after two local filmmakers requested the financial information related to “We Are Marshall,” including how much revenue the film brought in and the compensation of several people involved with the film.
CHARLESTON – Insurers all over America will pay close attention when the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals tackles five workers compensation appeals at oral arguments Wednesday. The decisions of the Justices will determine the competitive climate as West Virginia … Read More
CHARLESTON — Spilman Thomas & Battle PLLC recently announced Niall A. Paul, Member, was asked to join the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC).
CHARLESTON – A bankrupt coal company and its president again are asking state Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin to recuse himself from its case against Massey Energy. And this time, they have commissioned a poll to help make their point.
Thanks to a four-decade career in state politics and government, including stints as an aide for U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D), a run for U.S. Congress, six years as a Kanawha Circuit Court judge and a dozen more as the first and only woman to serve on the State Supreme Court, West Virginia knows Margaret Workman. Read More
HUNTINGTON – While saying a recently passed piece of legislation is a good first step to reigning in state Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s controversial distribution of settlement money, Attorney General candidate Dan Greear says it isn’t enough.
CHARLESTON – Workers who accept early retirement offers can’t apply for unemployment compensation except in narrow circumstances, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals unanimously decided March 19.
CHARLESTON – A Mingo County woman has filed a suit against a national retail giant, claiming her supervisor sexually harassed her while she was working at the Logan County store. Farrah Farley filed the suit Feb. 19 in Kanawha Circuit … Read More
CHARLESTON – Debra Santer is not the only one with a beef against Cynthia Evans for failure to render legal services. So is a New Jersey man who alleges Evans’ inaction led to a loss of his son’s baseball scholarship … Read More
CHARLESTON – A former Kanawha County Schools administrator is asking the Kanawha Magistrate Court to settle a long-standing dispute she has with her former attorney. The administrator alleges the attorney not only failed to properly render assistance in grievance she … Read More
March 7 Norma Price, executrix of the estate of Harry K. Price, and in her own right v. George B. Vieweg III PA – Ralph C. Young; J – Berger * Norma Price filed a suit against her former attorney, … Read More
March 6 Yellow Book Sales & Distributing Co. Inc. vs. A&L Floors LLC and Debra Orem PA-Stephen L. Gaylock; J-Eagloski * Yellow Book says A&L and Orem owe $12,568.27 for directory advertising services. It seeks that amount plus pre- and … Read More
March 21 Jill Clites v. Tele Tech Customer Care Management PA-Georgia Gates; Judge N/A * While employed by a customer service representative at Tele Tech, Clites claims her supervisor Lor Windle sexually harassed her. Clites alleges Windle showered her with … Read More