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Illegal payments to plaintiffs, forged signatures, imaginary doctors, falsified medical evidence — they’re just a smattering of what’s alleged to have occurred at the Pittsburgh-based Peirce law firm, under fire for filing fraudulent asbestos lawsuits here in West Virginia. Read More
The year 2009 promises to be a busy one for the Supreme Court: a year of refocusing our court system on serving the needs of those who use West Virginia ‘s system of justice. Read More
Politicians say otherwise, but government doesn’t create jobs. Hard-working, risk-taking business executives in the private sector do. Read More
Dear Editor: I am overly concerned about the fact that the state Supreme Court wants to maliciously spend our tax dollars on raises for Family Court Judges. For crying out loud, the role model Family Court Judge Mike Kelley even … Read More
CHARLESTON — Hearing of baseball teams breaking training camp this spring brings some nostalgia of the game’s glory years.
U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin conceded the case wasn’t very complex. It didn’t involve much conflict and the plaintiff’s lawyers only briefed two motions in a year of litigation. Read More
For those of us who actually live here, pay bills and taxes here, the ongoing removal of West Virginia’s natural resources without regard to our land, homes and quality of life leaves a bad taste. We historically have welcomed companies such as Chesapeake Energy with open arms and believed in their promises, only to learn they were false promises made at our expense. Read More
Chesapeake Energy made it official last week: the company is pulling up stakes and leaving West Virginia. Read More
CHARLESTON — If the House leadership adds a revamping of the medical malpractice reform to their agenda, then they will completely want to rewrite the two actual success stories in our state over the last 10 years.