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Monthly Archives: March 2009
March 18 Mary Durstein and William Durstein v. Cabell County Board of Education, Cabell County Schools, William Smith, Jack Cook, Jr. PA-Jeffrey G. Blaydes; J-Jane Hustead * Mrs. Durstein observed what she believed to inappropriate conduct between Cook and another … Read More
March 9 James Toe and Donna McClinton-Toe vs. Kevin Newman PA – D. Michael Burke; J – Christopher Wilkes * The plaintiffs claim Newman’s negligence caused a multiple vehicle accident on March 25, 2007, when the defendant failed to stop … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley County man is suing his former employer, claiming he was fired for sticking up for a female co-worker who accused his supervisor of sexual harassment. Troy Keller filed a lawsuit March 6 in Berkeley Circuit Court … Read More
CHARLESTON –- The West Virginia Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously granted a petition filed by The Associated Press, which is seeking eight e-mails between former Justice Elliott “Spike’ Maynard and Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship.
CHARLESTON – An engineering firm is suing a hospitality company for at least $4,000, claiming it was never paid for an initial site assessment related to the construction of a hotel. Novel Geo-Environmental filed a lawsuit March 6 in Kanawha … Read More
CHARLESTON -– Judge Gary L. Johnson is scheduled to receive the 2009 Commissioner’s Award from the federal Administration on Children, Youth and Families on Aprili 2 during the Seventeenth National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect in Atlanta. The prestigious … Read More
CHARLESTON — In April, “The Law Works” discusses how legislation evolves, the jury selection process, employee performance evaluations, and whether the practice of law is a profession or a trade.
CHARLESTON – Federal prosecutors are opposing Bob Graham’s quest for a “certificate of innocence,” which he needs to move forward on filing a claim for at least $50,000 in compensation from the federal government for wrongful imprisonment.
CINCINNATI — Dinsmore & Shohl is pleased to announce its inclusion in the Chambers USA 2009 Guide to America’s Leading Business Lawyers.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw has announced his office has filed lawsuits against multiple companies that give cash advances to customers over the Internet and five companies that collect on those advances.
CHARLESTON – Instead of acting in their best interest, a Dunbar woman is alleging a Ripley attorney appointed as her children’s guardian has aided and abetted her ex-husband in alienating them from her. In a complaint filed March 2 with … Read More
CHARLESTON — The process for selecting a successor for state Supreme Court Justie Joseph Albright already has begun.
CHARLESTON — A state legal reform group has delivered the first bath of online signatures seeking to fix the state’s “broken and job-killing lawsuit system” to lawmakers.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia wants a man who crashed into the Veterans Memorial at the state Capitol Complex to pay for the damages. Managing Deputy Attorney General Barbara H. Allen filed a lawsuit March 19 in Kanawha Circuit Court against … Read More