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WELCH – McDowell Circuit Judge Rudolph Murensky has taken charge of litigation that will sort out rights to gas royalties all over West Virginia. On Jan. 14, Murensky yanked a royalty lawsuit away from Kanawha Circuit Judge James Stucky and … Read More
CHARLESTON – Flecks of former automobiles and appliances fall on Glasgow like rain, according to 40 lawsuits in Kanawha Circuit Court. Neighbors seek damages from a Riverside salvage yard, RJ Recycling, claiming its metal shredding machines pollute the neighborhood and … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County woman is asking the city of Charleston to compensate her for injuries she allegedly sustained while attending an ice show at the Charleston Civic Center. On Jan. 5, Sandra Short, of Scott Depot, filed a … 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
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
CHARLESTON — Traci Carper-Strickland has been named Kanawha County’s Chief Magistrate for 2009. Kanawha Chief Circuit Judge James Stucky signed the order Jan. 14 appointing Carper-Strickland. “It’s exciting,” Carper-Strickland said. “It’s an honor to think Judge Stucky thought I could … Read More
CHARLESTON — Kanawha Circuit Judge Charles King is back on the bench after resigning in October. King gave no reason for his return, saying he would not comment on the situation. “There’s no reason for me to go into the … Read More
CHARLESTON — After more than four years of talk, a merger between Pittsburgh-based Eckert Seamans Cherin and Mellott and Charleston-based Hendrickson and Long has become a reality.
CHARLESTON – Now that she is gainfully employed, a Sissonville man seeks to dip into the salary a South Charleston attorney now receives at her state job for her alleged failure to file his bankruptcy case.