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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 — The Charleston Gazette’s characterization of the democratic process in action as, “a clever ploy: using prejudice against gays to reap … votes” (Gazette, “Storm” 6/13/08) insults democracy.
Are the only capable attorneys in West Virginia those who contribute to state Attorney General Darrell McGraw? Read More
CHARLESTON — First of all, Bray Cary deserves credit for a major coup in landing an hour long interview with Rich Rodriguez as the lawsuit with West Virginia University drags on. Read More
CHARLESTON — I had the pleasure of speaking in January at the third graduation ceremony honoring participants in the Southern Regional Drug Court in Mercer County. I have often said that drug courts save lives, and one of the lives the Mercer County program has saved was the life of a young woman who also spoke that day. I would like to tell you her story.
Reading the first sentence of a recent story found at News.com.au leaves one perplexed: “A mother who decided to abort her son because he may have inherited a life-threatening kidney condition is overjoyed that he survived the procedure.”
Deputy State Attorney General Fran Hughes was right. Read More
CHARLESTON — It was a heady day last year when a major U.S. company broke ground in West Virginia’s capital for a new regional headquarters, promising $35 million investment in the Mountain State and 2,500 new jobs.
By VIC SPROUSE Once again, the people who were victims of insane “Doctor” John King were butchered. This time, not with a scalpel, but a pen. The law firm of Curry and Tolliver, who collected patients injured by King’s botched … Read More
MORGANTOWN — Case No. 33524 of the January term of the West Virginia Supreme Court is hardly the stuff of headline news. It’s essentially a contract dispute between two Harrison County residents and their real estate agent.