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Monthly Archives: January 2009
CHARLESTON – Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals must decide whether the Pocahontas Board of Education can fire its toughest critic. Board members claim they fired teacher Norman Alderman for insubordinate statements he made at a hearing, … Read More
CHARLESTON — Following several filed last year, two more lawsuits have been filed in 2009 against the state Division of Corrections alleging an officer at a Greenbrier County correctional facility sexually abused female inmates. On Jan. 5, Trisha N. Justice … Read More
Jan Vineyard, standing, chairwoman of the West Virginia Business and Industry Council talks with Karen Price, a lobbyist for the West Virginia Manufacturer’s Association, prior to presentation of BIC’s 2009 legislative agenda during a town meeting at the Charleston Marriott on Jan. 22. Del. Carrie Webster (D-Kanawha), chairwoman of the House Judiciary Committee, left, was among six legislators attending the meeting. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – Lawmakers attending a luncheon hosted by a business trade group suggested that the softened economy may be good news for their legislative agenda in the short-term and the economic health of the state in the long-run.
CHARLESTON — Jackson Kelly is pleased to announce the promotion of six attorneys.
CLARKSBURG — Steptoe & Johnson has announced the promotion of three attorneys to membership effective Jan. 1.
WINFIELD – Tifney Terry, the former treasurer for the City of Nitro, is named in a civil lawsuit by a woman who says Terry is trying to force her to pay additional money to purchase a mobile home. Paula Aleshire … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The recommendation of West Virginia’s two U.S. Senators of Kanawha Circuit Judge Irene Berger to the federal judgeship held by retiring U.S. District Judge David Faber is being applauded by a statewide legal reform group.
CHARLESTON -– The recommendation of West Virginia’s two U.S. Senators of Kanawha Circuit Judge Irene Berger to the federal judgeship held by retiring U.S. District Judge David Faber is being applauded by a statewide legal reform group. Steve Cohen, executive … Read More
MORGANTOWN — The ascension of new American leadership always leads to a sense of change and the expectation that a new administration will initiate solid solutions to the most pressing problems that confront the nation.
CHARLESTON — The man challenging state Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent Benjamin’s ability to hear certain cases apparently never wanted Benjamin on the Court anyway.
CHARLESTON — John Carr has joined Dinsmore & Shohl as Of Counsel in the Charleston office.
CHARLESTON — The law firm of Spilman Thomas & Battle is pleased to announce that Clifford F. Kinney Jr. has rejoined the firm as Counsel.
CHARLESTON -– A mother has filed a civil lawsuit against the Kanawha County Board of Education, claiming a Capital High School employee induced her teenage daughter into a sexual relationship. The mother, named only K.R. in the complaint, filed the … Read More
HUNTINGTON -– A former resident of an apartment building that caught on fire and killed nine people just over two years ago has filed suit against the owners of the building, alleging his personal belongings were destroyed during the fire. … Read More
MARTINSBURG –- The Navy Arms Company of West Virginia and Forgett Militaria are facing a lawsuit after they allegedly failed to pay a Maryland company more than $400,000 for goods and services. A. Uberti S.p.A. sold Navy Arms goods worth … Read More