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MORGANTOWN – Thomas Flaherty and 22 of his employees devoted 1,497 hours to West Virginia University’s lawsuit against former football coach Rich Rodriguez, according to an invoice he submitted to the school.
September 9, 2008 P/A Jennifer McGinley Judge N/A Christopher and Mary Edwards v. Rick and Tara Trickett and JS Walker and Assoc. *In November of 2007, the Edwards purchased a home in Stone Brook Estates from the Tricketts, paying $648,000 … Read More
A Monongalia County couple has filed suit against a former West Virginia University assistant football coach, his wife and a real estate company, alleging a house they bought had undisclosed landslide and drainage problems. Christopher and Mary Edwards claim Tara, … Read More
MORGANTOWN — A Marion County couple have filed suit against a doctor and a Marion County gynecological office, alleging their child was delivered stillborn because of a deviation of standard care. Randy E. Stout and Madonna C. Stout filed the … Read More
MORGANTOWN – Despite inaction by judicial officials, five West Virginia residents remain undaunted in moving their civil suit forward against an alleged Virginia private investigator. Elizabeth Crawford, Robert Hart, Sue Holland, Patti Lemley and Gil Vanderkraats have made several motions … Read More
Aug. 28 Randy E. and Madonna Stout, co-administrators of the Estate of Hayden John Stout v. James M. Holehouse, M.D., and Patrick C. Bonasso, Womancare Inc. PA-Jacques R. Williams; J-Clawges * While in her 34th week of pregnancy, Madonna Stout … Read More
Natalie Wright, a second-year WVU College of Law student, poses in front of the Bird’s Nest, the stadium that was home to the opening and closing ceremonies for the Beijing Games as well as the track and field events. Wright spent her summer vacation in Shanghai and Beijing, setting up a nonprofit company and learning about the Chinese legal system. (Photo courtesy of Natalie Wright)
CHARLESTON – As the world prepared to focus on China for the start 2008 Summer Olympics, a West Virginia University law student was returning from the same country, where she was creating an international presence for herself.