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Monthly Archives: August 2008
May 12 David Wayne Lesher v. Hamer Log & Lumber Co, Hamer Lumber Sales Inc., Hamer Hardwood Manufacturers Inc. PA-J. Kristofer Cormany; J-Thompson * Lesher seeks damages for injuries sustained at work at a sawmill near Madison. He says Hamer … Read More
HUNTINGTON – A Pakistani woman, whose carry-on bag caused Tri-State Airport to shut down for several hours in 2006, has filed a federal lawsuit against US Airways, claiming she was racially profiled.
CHARLESTON – A Jackson County man has filed a malpractice suit against a family physician, claiming she misdiagnosed him and caused him to be disabled. Gary Jones filed the suit July 23 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Dr. Sandra Brannin, … Read More
HUNTINGTON – A man who sued Huntington policemen, a federal agent and his former lawyer over his unjust incarceration, has dropped his claims against everyone but the lawyer. On John David Mooney’s motion, U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin on Aug. … Read More
SHEPHERDSTOWN – While Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s staff says his Citizens Advisory Committee provides a link between his office and West Virginia several communities, his Republican challenger says he wants to make sure it is not publicity stunt.
Dan Greear announces his campaign’s leadership team on the steps of the state Capitol. (Photo by Chris Dickerson)
CHARLESTON – On the steps of the state Capitol, Republican Attorney General candidate Dan Greear announced his statewide leadership team.
CHARLESTON – The widow of a man who worked more than 27 years in the railroad industry has filed a suit claiming her husband died from exposure to deadly dusts on the job. Ruth E. Davis, an Ohio resident, filed … Read More
CHARLESTON – In a case that mirrors a recent national headline-grabbing lawsuit, a Charleston attorney claims a dry cleaner lost clothes he had left to be cleaned. Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Division of Corrections is asking a suit naming it as a co-defendant in a sexual harassment case arising out of one its facilities in Mason County be dismissed because the acts that led to it were not done in the course of a normal employee-employer setting. Read More
CHARLESTON – Provided she can make the payments, a Charleston bank has agreed to drop its lawsuit against a South Charleston attorney for defaulting on over $30,000 in credit extended to her.
MORGANTOWN — As Virginia assistant football Coach Bob Pruett helps prepare the Cavaliers for the upcoming season, he might be looking over his shoulder because ghosts from his past are chasing him.
HUNTINGTON – The defendants in a sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuit want the case removed to federal court. Henry Schein Inc., Gary Anderson, Teresa Savinelli and Andrea Goldberg filed a notice of removal in U.S. District Court in Huntington. James … Read More
WHEELING — One method traditionally used by politicians to divert attention from their own shortcomings is to sling mud at their opponents. That’s just what West Virginia Chief Deputy Attorney General Frances Hughes did last week in Wheeling.
CHARLESTON – Huntington Mayor David Felinton will defend his right to fire city employees who don’t live in the city when the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals hears oral arguments Sept. 3. Felinton seeks to reverse Cabell Circuit Judge … Read More