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Daily Archives: November 28, 2008
CHARLESTON – A Clendenin couple has filed suit against a Charleston dental company, two of its dentists and credit agencies, claiming the dentists led a woman into believing she was receiving free veneers when in fact she was signing a credit application to pay for them.
CHARLESTON – Should they seek to again practice law in starting in 2013, John E. Lutz and Anthony Tatano will still have to answer to collectively a dozen clients why they failed in their legal duties. On Nov. 5, the … Read More
HUNTINGTON — At least 22 federal lawsuits were filed over a period of two days against drug company Wyeth in which plaintiffs alleged the company’s hormone replacement therapy drugs for menopausal women can cause severe side effects such as cancer … Read More
CHARLESTON – A former West Virginia University professor is asking the court to award him over $25,000 he alleges he was underpaid during his nearly seven years of employment.
CHARLESTON – Cabell Circuit Judge David Pancake peered at a deed and thought he saw an easement to a gravel driveway off a Huntington street. But, according to the state Supreme Court of Appeals, he just imagined it. The Justices … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man has filed suit against Wachovia, claiming he was demoted from his job as senior vice president/complex manager for the company’s Charleston complex because of his age.