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Monthly Archives: April 2008
CHARLESTON – The United State Supreme Court on Monday denied Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital’s petition in a high-profile case. The Court denied the hospital’s Petition for a writ of certiorari Monday, apparently ending Camden-Clark’s appeals in the case of Ray Boggs … Read More
CHARLESTON – A case filed in Kanawha Circuit Court has gone to the federal level, with the defendant now bringing a suit against a girl who first sued them. Captain D’s filed a suit April 14 in the U.S. District … Read More
HUNTINGTON -– The law firm of Jenkins Fenstermaker and the Huntington Museum of Art hosted the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours last week at the Huntington Museum of Art.
CHARLESTON – A Beckley man has filed a suit against Hooters, after he was injured when his chair broke during his meal. Dustin Stewart filed the suit April 1 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Hooters of Kanawha City. According to … Read More
CHARLESTON – A local miner has filed a suit against the coal company where he was employed after he suffered a brain injury while working. Mark R. Young filed the suit April 2 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Alex Energy … Read More
Special Metals is located in Huntington. It formerly was known as Huntington Alloys and INCO.
CHARLESTON – A Huntington man has filed an asbestos suit against 80 companies, claiming he came down with a deadly lung disease after being exposed to asbestos for 35 years.
CHARLESTON — Wetzel County Circuit Judge John T. Madden has granted Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s motion to permanently enjoin Iams Funeral Home from selling or servicing pre-need funeral contracts. Madden’s April 25 order makes the preliminary injunction granted in November … Read More
CHARLESTON – Dan Greear has raked in more key endorsements.
CHARLESTON – A West Virginia man has filed a suit against his former employer, claiming he contracted silicosis after years of working as a rock drill operator. Dewey White filed the suit March 28 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Geupel … Read More
CHARLESTON – Attorney David P. Chervenick has filed 12 separate asbestos lawsuits against 131 companies, seeking punitive damages for the plaintiffs and their families. The suits were filed individually March 28 in Kanawha Circuit Court. Each plaintiff claims they were … Read More
HUNTINGTON – Seven Marshall University students who allegedly downloaded music illegally must be identified, a federal judge recently told the school. U.S. Magistrate Maurice G. Taylor refused to void a subpoena obtained by the music industry that seeks the students’ … Read More
For the third year running, Fortune 500 businesses say the most unfair legal climate in America is West Virginia’s, according to an annual survey of corporate attorneys conducted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Read More
CHARLESTON -– Attorney General candidate Dan Greear on Thursday demanded that Attorney General Darrell McGraw apologize to West Virginians for his offensive remarks comparing the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to Adolf Hitler.
ELKINS – Leaders of the Constitution Party of West Virginia, chased away from last year’s National Hunting and Fishing Day at Stonewall Jackson Lake State Park, seek a federal court order upholding their right to circulate petitions at the event this year.
CHARLESTON – Along with disciplining him in Eshenaur case, the state Bar Association ordered Raymond G. Musgrave to pay one client $5, and warned him about his lack of communication with another.