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Daily Archives: December 4, 2008
CHARLESTON — Forcing losers in lawsuits to pay the winner would help stem the tide of frivolous lawsuits flooding many U.S. jurisdictions, a new report says. Read More
CHARLESTON – A Fayette County man has filed a suit against a coal mining company after he was injured when rocks from the mine roof fell, crushing him. Sam Spadaro filed the suit Oct. 9 in Kanawha Circuit Court against … Read More
CHARLESTON — While the economic downturn this holiday season has households everywhere retooling their Christmas shopping lists, a handful of West Virginians likely will be plotting a luxury retail bonanza. Read More
POINT PLEASANT – The Mason County Board of Education has paid $375,000 to the parents of two Bend-area elementary school students who allege they suffered injuries from improper discipline by their teacher. According to court records, a formal settlement was … Read More
CHARLESTON – U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin, striving to gain a grip on national litigation over heart medicine Digitek, fell back on tradition and demanded separate complaints from separate plaintiffs.
When the sitcom, “Sex and the City” geared up to go off the air after several successful seasons on HBO, marketers took action to make sure their heroines wouldn’t be forgotten. Read More
CLARKSBURG — Larry J. Rector of the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson has been selected as a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, a trial lawyer honorary society comprised of experienced and effective litigators throughout the United States, which represents less than one-half of 1 percent of American lawyers.
MORGANTOWN — The West Virginia Judiciary Association announced its support of the state’s current method to elect judges, choosing not to support the idea of non-partisan judicial elections.
CHARLESTON — About half of the personal injury lawyers who contributed to Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s 2008 re-election campaign with large contributions have worked as special assistant AGs for his office.
CHARLESTON – Surgeon Ted Jackson left a knife blade in Paul Forshey’s wrist, but Forshey can’t sue Jackson because more than 10 years passed before he found the blade. Read More
WINFIELD – As Margaret Workman prepares for another term as Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals, a Missouri woman has sued in Putnam County seeking to recover money Workman received from a client in a contest over control of an estate.