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Daily Archives: December 11, 2008
CHARLESTON — The former executive director of the state Republican Party is back in that position. Gary Abernathy accepted the position Thursday.
ELKINS – U.S. District Judge John Preston Bailey soon will decide whether to hear a suit claiming the state Division of Natural Resources violated the rights of the Constitution Party of West Virginia. At a Dec. 8 conference, Bailey said … Read More
CHARLESTON – U.S. District Judge John Copenhaver has stayed discovery in a proposed class action against AT&T while he decides whether to order arbitration. AT&T moved in August to compel arbitration and stay discovery. Copenhaver granted the stay in a … Read More
MORGANTOWN — For the fourth consecutive year, both Allan N. Karlin and Jane E. Peak have been selected as Best Lawyers in America in the area of Labor and Employment law.
Like many scientific research efforts, trial research is most effective when there is an opportunity to build on previous learnings and results.
CHARLESTON – The estate of a woman who died after allegedly receiving poor care at a nursing facility has filed a wrongful death suit on her behalf. Marie Akers filed the suit on behalf of his mother, Ola Morton, Oct. … Read More
CHARLESTON — As the year 2008 draws to a close, so does my third term as Chief Justice as well as my term on the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against a local construction company and one of its employees, claiming the employee sexually harassed her and created a hostile work environment. Sherry Cochran filed the suit Oct. 24 against … Read More
Dear Editor: Regarding the rate increase sought by the American Water Co.: Newspapers and the public should be aware that the Kanawha County Regional Development Authority spends taxpayer money building water lines for the West Virginia American Water Co. to … Read More
CHARLESTON -– For the first time in West Virginia history, a Circuit Court Judge sitting in one county has taken action on a case pending in another county using electronic filing and service through LexisNexis File & Serve. Nineteenth Circuit … Read More
WAYNE -– James H. Young Jr. became West Virginia’s newest circuit judge when he was sworn in Dec. 8 at the Wayne County Courthouse. Wayne Circuit Chief Judge Darrell Pratt delivered the oath of office. Pratt and Young are the … Read More
CHARLESTON – Retiring Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher has been named a Distinguished West Virginian by Gov. Joe Manchin.
HUNTINGTON — Melissa Foster Bird, a partner with the law firm Huddleston Bolen, has been named a Fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America, a highly selective honorary society established to reflect and recognize the face of the American bar in the 21st century.
CHARLESTON -– Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that Neva G. Lusk, a member of the firm, was approved for membership in Lawyers for Civil Justice “LCJ.”