Add Record Headlines to your site!
CHARLESTON – “Has the law forgotten you and me?” West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin posed the question to a group of lawyers from across the mountain state gathered at a luncheon sponsored by Legal Aid of West Virginia. … Read More
CHARLESTON – Having a West Virginia-based attorney who received communications from an insurance company does not mean an out-of-state plaintiff can file suit in West Virginia, the state Supreme Court recently ruled.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has been billed about $30,000 so far for its defense of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by The Associated Press.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has accepted the appeal of industrial giant DuPont, which is hoping to overturn a $381 million Harrison County verdict against it.
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court candidate Beth Walker released the first two television ads of her campaign Thursday.
CHARLESTON – Lawyers for industrial giant DuPont argued Wednesday that the state Supreme Court should hear its appeal of a $381 million verdict against it.
CHARLESTON – Beth Walker, a Republican candidate for the state Supreme Court, says she is disappointed with the comments of one of her competitors.
CHARLESTON – After more than a year of waiting for access to the time sheets of 28 Charleston police officers, the Charleston Gazette soon will learn whether it is permitted to view the documents. The state Supreme Court heard a … Read More
MONTGOMERY — West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher said he would release any e-mails that have been requested of him, but he doesn’t have any to release.
State Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher speaks Sept. 18 at West Virginia University Institute of Technology in Montgomery about the U.S. Constitution. (Photo by Kelly Holleran)
MONTGOMERY — Students at West Virginia University Institute of Technology celebrated Constitution Week listening to Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher speak on the history of the Constitution and its impact today.
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.
CHARLESTON – The company that’s recent poll was criticized by a state Supreme Court candidate said Tuesday that its methodology closer resembled the coming election.
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court candidate Menis Ketchum says a recent poll that shows him in a close fight with Republican challenger Beth Walker is misleading.
CHARLESTON – A recent poll indicates Margaret Workman, a former West Virginia Supreme Court justice, has an easy road to travel to get back to the bench.
CHARLESTON – Former state Supreme Court Justice Tom McHugh will once again take a spot on the highest court in the state.