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Daily Archives: October 22, 2008
CHARLESTON — West Virginians want to define marriage for themselves. They do not want their government to set a policy -– and they especially do not want courts to impose a system -– that knowingly deprives children of a mom or a dad.
NEW YORK — A federal judge is curious why the 11 state attorneys general and the private attorneys they hired haven’t already settled claims against pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly & Co. and are waiting for much more money than the 33 attorneys general that did.
CHARLESTON -– Almost 1,5000 West Virginia consumers will see debts totaling over $6.5 million canceled following an agreement made by the state’s attorney general with a debt collection agency.
As Halloween approaches, cable networks proudly present horror films for audiences that love guts and gore.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man has filed a suit against a national fast-food chain after he slipped and fell at a local location. Lester Haynes filed the suit Sept. 12 in Kanawha Circuit Court against McDonald’s Restaurants of West … Read More
CHARLESTON – The mother of a student at Andrew Jackson Middle School has filed a class action lawsuit against the Kanawha County Board of Education, claiming the air at the school in contaminated. Angela D. Bashman filed the suit Oct. … Read More
MORGANTOWN — Heather Blandford has joined Dinsmore & Shohl LLP as an associate in the Morgantown office. Read More
CHARLESTON — Arie Moshe Spitz has joined Dinsmore & Shohl as an associate in the Charleston office.