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Monthly Archives: May 2008
CHARLES TOWN – A Pennsylvania woman has filed a suit against a local gaming center after she was injured when she slipped inside the center. Barbara Henry filed the suit May 8 in Jefferson Circuit Court against PNGI Charles Town … Read More
CHARLESTON – Republican gubernatorial candidate Russ Weeks has filed suit against the current governor and House of Delegates, seeking to reverse the retroactive per diem increase voted on by legislators.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man has filed a suit against two individuals he claims were illegally trespassing on his property. Larry Medley filed the suit April 28 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Anita and Daniel Chambers, claiming the Chambers … Read More
WASHINGTON – Disgraced securities lawyer Melvyn Weiss, who awaits sentencing for illegally paying clients to file shareholder complaints, actually injured shareholders, a report released Wednesday indicates.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia legislators violated state and national constitutions when they forced fathers facing felony child support charges to prove they couldn’t pay, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided May 23.
Happy days are here again for the West Virginia personal injury bar. Menis Ketchum’s “In a wreck? Get a check!” TV ads can now include his Supreme Court nominee pedigree.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against a local racetrack and casino after she fell while a patron at the track. Jo Ann Stone filed the suit April 28 in Kanawha Circuit Court, against Racing Corporation … Read More
CHARLESTON — A West Virginia corporation is being sued after failing to pay on its monthly machinery lease. CATCO Inc., a West Virginia corporation, and TIMCOR Inc., an Ohio corporation, are being sued by Deere Credit, Inc., otherwise known as … Read More
CHARLESTON – Huntington attorney Michael Markins, who stole about 150 e-mails from a firm where his wife worked, has lost his law license for two years.
CHARLES TOWN – A Jefferson County woman has filed a suit against a local restaurant, after she slipped while entering the building. Jennifer Porterfield filed the suit April 17 in Jefferson Circuit Court against R.M. Staubs Enterprises Inc., doing business … Read More
For law firms, the veterinary industry may have become man’s best friend. Read More
CHARLESTON — Rob Aliff, an attorney in the Jackson Kelly’s Charleston Litigation Department, has been elected to the West Virginia State Bar Board of Governors.
MORGANTOWN – West Virginia University attorneys want to depose the wife of former football coach Rich Rodriguez.
Cross Roads United Methodist Church (Photo by Cara Bailey)
HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County woman has filed a suit against a local church, claiming her four-year-old son was injured when an employee of the church placed a clothes pin on his tongue.
CULLODEN — A Cabell County company is being sued after failing to disclose the quality of equipment it was auctioning off. Huntington Equipment Inc. is facing a lawsuit after a Pittsburgh man purchased salvaged construction equipment through an auction. On … Read More