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Monthly Archives: November 2008
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a lawsuit against the owner of a dog, claiming she suffered injuries when the dog attacked her and her pet. Robin D. Spencer filed the suit Oct. 9 in Kanawha Circuit Court … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit on behalf of her mother, who allegedly died after a reaction to a prescription drug she was given, which was manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals. Elizabeth Byus filed the suit Oct. … Read More
CLARKSBURG – A West Virginia company claims it should receive more than $58,000 from an Indiana company that backed out of a purchase agreement after allegedly discovering it was not able to build a parking garage on nearly one acre … Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia lost one of its most important and beloved citizens when former Gov. Cecil H. Underwood passed away Monday.
MORGANTOWN – Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to welcome Deva Solomon as a new associate in the firm’s Morgantown office.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin issued the following statement Monday about the death of former Gov. Cecil Underwood:
CHARLESTON — Sometimes its tough to be Governor. And, Joe Manchin has a colossal decision ahead of him.
HUNTINGTON — Huddleston Bolen has announced that Thomas McChesney has joined the firm as its Director of Marketing and Business Development, working from the firm’s Huntington office.
CHARLESTON — A legal scam in Michigan sounds a lot like one that took place a few years ago in West Virginia.
CHARLESTON -– Steptoe & Johnson and 20/10 Consulting are honored to sponsor the 2008 production of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” at The Clay Center’s Maier Performance Hall. Steptoe & Johnson has sponsored the holiday performance for several years. But this year, … Read More
MARTINSBURG –- A Martinsburg man and woman are hoping to receive more than $20 million after filing a racial discrimination lawsuit. Larry Andre McKinney-Bey and Dorice Sisco claim their landlord, rental agent and Potomac Housing Realtors refused to pay them … Read More
CLARKSBURG — West Virginia University’s Board of Governors, its interim president and its police chief deny a Morgantown man’s allegations that his constitutional rights were violated after he was detained by police while visiting the campus’s Mountainlair. Kenneth Williams claims … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Wayne County man has filed a suit against Pepsi-Cola and Wal-Mart after finding parts of a latex glove in his soft drink.
Half of potential jurors in West Virginia believe lawsuits hurt our state’s economy, according to a poll released this week. 24 percent said lawsuits have a “very negative” impact. 22 percent said they have a “somewhat negative” impact, according to … Read More