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MORGANTOWN -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian D. Gallagher to the position of Managing Member of its Morgantown office.
CHARLESTON — Nearly 6,000 St. Albans and Nitro residents who were ordered to stay in their homes for almost a day after a massive fire broke out in 2006 are eligible for up to $291 in damages.
CHARLESTON — Two Fayette County residents have filed suits against police officers in the Montgomery and Smithers Police Departments, alleging the officers violated their rights after multiple unlawful stops and arrests. And there may be more suits to come. In … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha Circuit judge has ordered the state Supreme Court to release five e-mails between Chief Justice Spike Maynard and the head of a major corporation.
Popular social networking Web sites such as MySpace and MyChurch, Facebook and FaceParty, offer interactive, user-submitted networks of personal profiles, blogs, photos, music and videos for people of all ages to peruse.
A Pennsylvania company that was sued by one of its former employees for alleged discrimination resulting in termination has asked that the federal case be dismissed.