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MORGANTOWN – Attorneys for West Virginia University and former football coach Rich Rodriguez have agreed to preserve the privacy of depositions in the university’s $4 million suit against Rodriguez.
April 10 Keisha Garner, personal representative of the Estate of Linda Burrell v. Mylan Inc., Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Mylan Technologies Inc. PA-Barry Hill; Judge N/A * Linda Burrell had been prescribed a patch for 50-mcg Mylan (fetanyl transdermal system) … Read More
MORGANTOWN – Bragging in a Michigan newspaper may carry a high price for the legal team representing former West Virginia University football coach Rich Rodriguez.
MORGANTOWN – The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has sued West Virginia University for not responding to a series of Freedom of Information Act requests regarding whether Gov. Joe Manchin’s daughter fulfilled requirements for a master’s degree.
MORGANTOWN – Judge Robert Stone has released the pre-trial scheduling order in a case that has garnered national attention after a Clarksburg man sued McDonald’s for $10 million in punitive damages. Jeromy Jackson filed the suit July 18 after he … Read More
MORGANTOWN – Attorneys for West Virginia University today sought a partial dismissal of former football coach Rich Rodriguez’s counter lawsuit. Deposition dates were also set in the case against Rodriguez, from whom WVU is seeking $4 million. Rodriguez broke his … Read More
March 25 Logan D. Thomas v. Novichenks Tailgaters Pub II PA-John R. Angotti; J-NA * While a customer at Novichenks, Logan Thomas fell over a wall located on the property. Thomas claims the wall was not properly constructed and did … Read More
MORGANTOWN – On the day before the first hearing in a $4 million struggle between West Virginia University and former football coach Rich Rodriguez, the coach claimed that university president Mike Garrison fraudulently induced him to sign his contract.