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Daily Archives: October 24, 2008
CHARLESTON — Two natural gas companies have agreed to pay $380 million to settle a headline-grabbing Roane County class-action lawsuit over royalty payments.
He may make some of the rules in West Virginia. But Darrell McGraw’s demands don’t take precedence over the U.S. Constitution. Read More
CHARLESTON – Lower court rulings could force whitewater rafting companies to close up, according to documents filed with the state Supreme Court by a state group of whitewater outfitters.
CHARLESTON -– A state Supreme Court candidate says a lawsuit filed against a Pennsylvania attorney for allegedly stealing away a client of hers in a Fayette County wrongful death suit may be re-filed by another attorney.
Among the campaign signs that adorn the lawn of the Frank Armada’s law office is one for state Supreme Court candidate Margaret Workman. In addition to working together on a wrongful-death suit in Fayette County involving a now-convicted pedophile and murderer, records show Armada contributed to both Workman’s current campaign and 2004 bid for state Senate. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – In addition to being a benefactor for her share of attorney fees in Fayette County wrongful death suit, a Teays Valley attorney also has been a benefactor to two of Margaret Workman’s political campaigns.
CHARLESTON – Despite being accused of unethical conduct by a candidate for state Supreme Court, records show a Pennsylvania attorney seemingly took the necessary steps to be admitted to practice law in West Virginia. Last year, former Justice Margaret Workman … Read More
CHARLESTON – By now, voters just want “it” to be over.
Ruby Chappell v. Town of Dunbar, West Dunbar Public Service District PA – Marvin Masters; J – Kaufman * Ruby Chappell filed a suit against the Town of Dunbar and the West Dunbar Public Service District, after her home was … Read More
Oct. 21 Douglas C. Spauldling vs. Kelly Matusic and My Family Medical Inc. PA-Franklin L. Gritt Jr.; J-Spaulding * On Oct. 4, 2005, Spaulding says he loaned $35,000 to the defendants. He says they still owe $25,569.44. He seeks that … Read More
Oct. 17 Marie Canales v. Connecting Link PA-Kelly J. Kimble; J-Stone * Danielle Chefrin, Executive Director of Connecting Link hired Marie Canales as an Information and Referral Specialist to work in its Morgantown/Monongalia County Office in August 2004. In late … Read More
Oct. 1 Joshua W. Daiker, a minor, and Scott W. Daiker vs. John D. Penwell and Gary L. Cross PA – Terrance Britt; J – Gray Silver * The plaintiffs claim Penwell’s golden retriever bit Joshua Daiker on the infant’s … Read More
Sept. 29 Brian K. Richards and Christine Richards, his wife vs. Liam P. Hall PA- James A. Villanova; J-Gaughan * On Nov. 9, 2006, an accident occurred on Interstate 470 causing injuries to Brian Richards. He claims his earning capacity … Read More