MOST RECENT ARGUMENTS
Most Popular Articles
- Marshall U. dismissed from bottle-rocket-shot-out-of-anus lawsuit
- Justice Ketchum: Ruling for Bowles Rice ‘a great injustice’
- D.C. attorney surrenders W.Va. license
- Marion Co. attorney accused of inappropriate relationship with female clients
- Ketchum not pleased with Supreme Court’s decision against insurer
- Marshall University, president sued for not honoring FOIA requests
- Court reverses Workers’ Comp ruling over carpal tunnel
- Evidence insufficient to fire state employee accused of accessing porn, court says
- Wrongful death settlement in Navy vet’s case worth $275K
- Judge: Arbitration case presents ‘exceptional circumstances’ for abstention
Tag Cloud2012 Election All Things Jury Arguments Asbestos Berkeley County Boone County Brooke County Cabell County Class Action Contract Discrimination Federal Court Financial Focus Harrison County Insurance Jackson County Jefferson County Kanawha County Lincoln County Marshall County Mason County Medical Malpractice Monongalia County News Ohio County Our View Personal Injury Personnel File Putnam County Raleigh County Randolph County Sexual Harassment State Attorney General State Government State Government State Supreme Court Their View Top Stories Upshur County Wayne County Website Text Ads Wood County Wrongful Death Wrongful Termination Your Legal Writes
NEWS WIDGETAttention bloggers:
Add Record Headlines to your site!fast + free- click here
Daily Archives: July 24, 2008
CHARLESTON – West Virginians can read electronic mail exchanges between judges and private citizens even if the e-mails mix public and private business, The West Virginia Record argues in Kanawha Circuit Court.
I sometimes get dozens of e-mails after certain commentaries on my Web site, and sometimes they really make you scratch your head.
CHARLESTON – Mingo County sheriff’s sergeant Roy Glenn Messer, who lost his job according to a June 26 opinion of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, seeks to overturn the ruling at U.S. district court in Charleston. By the … Read More
CHARLESTON – Former Mercer County prosecutor William Sadler didn’t prejudice jurors by referring to a sexual assault suspect’s failure to testify, according to Chief Justice Spike Maynard of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.
CHARLESTON – Legal Aid of West Virginia recently gave law students the opportunity to help the legal community in West Virginia before they even receive a law degree.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman filed a lawsuit against the owner of a pit bull after the dog attacked her. Gloria Koontz filed the suit June 11 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Evetta Kessel. Koontz was at Kessel’s house … Read More
The Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia recently elected new officers. From left, they are Thomas Hurney Jr., President; David Wyant, Vice President; Lee Hall Treasurer; Gerald Stowers, Secretary; and Robert Massie, Immediate Past President.
CHARLESTON — The Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia (DTCWV) recently held its 26th Annual Meeting at the Glade Springs Resort and Conference Center in Daniels.
CHARLESTON – Four families filed lawsuits against 124 companies, claiming they suffered from deadly asbestos exposure while working with or around products from the companies. Pittsburgh attorney David P. Chervenick and Charleston attorney Scott Segal filed the lawsuits June 11 … Read More
CHARLESTON – A state nonprofit company has filed a suit against a Huntington corporation seeking more than $2 million in damages, claiming the corporation took confidential information and stole business clients. Job Squad, which operates a presort mailing operation in … Read More
“Lawyers, I suppose, were children once.” At least, those were the famous words of Charles Lamb, and English critic, poet, and essayist of the 1800s. The quotation was thought-provoking enough to make it into the preface of a famous novel, and it continues to haunt modern lawyers as they accept the realities of their profession. Read More
HUNTINGTON — Huddleston Bolen, a law firm in West Virginia and Kentucky, has been recognized by Super Lawyers publication.
CHARLESTON – An insurance company has filed a federal lawsuit seeking relief related to the high-profile death of a toddler in 2005.