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Daily Archives: June 26, 2008
CHARLESTON — The state Supreme Court on Thursday refused a case filed by the Republican gubernatorial candidate that argued that Legislators violated the state Constitution by voting to give themselves a raise.
CHARLESTON – A former Mason County physician faces not only criminal charges for drug-related offenses, but also disciplinary action for alleged “sexual misconduct” with three female patients who were part of a drug treatment program.
The headmaster of an exclusive, private boy’s school in Massachusetts recently issued a statement on the institution’s Web site explaining the reasons behind a mandatory summer reading program.
CHARLESTON – Raleigh Circuit Judge John Hutchison must reinstate a jury verdict blaming Western Pocahontas Properties for damage from a flood that struck near Mullens in 2000, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. Hutchison presided over a … Read More
CHARLESTON – A state legal watchdog group is unhappy with proposed legislation that would force it to reveal its largest financial backers if it wants to make campaign contributions, claiming it is a violation of its right to free speech.
CHARLESTON -– Morgantown attorney Allan N. Karlin was named president of the West Virginia Association for Justice at the organization’s annual meeting recently in Charleston.
CHARLESTON — Jackson Kelly is pleased to announce that 15 of the firm’s West Virginia lawyers have been ranked as leaders in their field in the Chambers USA 2008 Guide to America’s Leading Business Lawyers. “We are privileged to have … Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia State Law Library will present a FREE workshop titled “Changing Your Name” at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 28. Topics will include how to legally change your name due to marriage, adoption, and other situations. The … Read More
WINFIELD – The estate of a woman has sued two doctors and the former Putnam General Hospital, blaming them for her death. Johnny Collins, the executrix of the estate of Sherry Collins, filed the suit May 22 in Putnam Circuit … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against a local grocery store after she slipped and fell in the store, and was injured. Anna Davis filed the suit May 30 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Kroger Co. … Read More
LOGAN -– A Logan County Circuit Court law clerk and court reporter and their spouses are participants in this year’s production of “The Aracoma Story” outdoor drama at Chief Logan State Park.
CHARLESTON — I have been a member of the Bar since 1967, yet I have personally filed only two lawsuits. Read More
CHARLESTON — The McGraw camp took a beating in the press lately on their ridiculous settlement practices. And, I’m sure they are all losing sleep over it. Read More
CHARLESTON – A Monongalia County man has filed a suit against 79 companies, after he contracted asbestosis and mesothelioma. Attorney David P. Chervenick filed the suit on behalf of Joseph M. Hutchison III and his wife, Ann Hutchison, on June … Read More
HUNTINGTON — Judith Browning, paralegal with the law firm of Jenkins Fenstermaker, was awarded the Certified Legal Assistant designation by NALA, National Association of Legal Assistants Inc., May 2008. In June, Browning was awarded the prestigious Advanced Certified Paralegal designation … Read More