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Monthly Archives: April 2009
CHARLESTON – A man is suing the Rev. James D. Ealy, a Charleston city councilman, claiming Ealy owes him $16,000 of a loan. Rubin V. Matundan filed a lawsuit April 6 in Kanawha Circuit Court. Matundan says he needs to … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County woman is suing a fuel company and an employee charged with safety supervision after her husband died at work. Sharon Workman, as an individual and representative of John Gregory Workman’s estate, filed a lawsuit April … Read More
CHARLESTON – Two women who were convicted of obstructing a Mingo County murder investigation only to have the conviction overturned later by the state Supreme Court are now suing the West Virginia State Police and three individual troopers.
HUNTINGTON – A federal judge has tossed a Huntington preacher’s lawsuit against a city police officer that charged the officer with brutality. Federal Judge Robert Chambers said in his opinion April 23 that Richard K. Revely’s own recounting of the … Read More
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia State Bar said Tuesday its Web site was hacked during an upgrade. Anita Casey, executive director of the State Bar, said in a press release that whomever hacked the site gained access to information like … Read More
CHARLESTON – Prominent Charleston lawyer Scott Segal wants a circuit judge disqualified from hearing a lawsuit brought against him by a man who says a conspiracy based on faith has kept him from practicing law in West Virginia.
HUNTINGTON — Beginning April 30, Huddleston Bolen will offer a series of presentations to discuss recent and potential changes in state and federal employment law. Huddleston Bolen’s Labor and Employment lawyers will present a no-nonsense seminar covering changes to the … Read More
MORGANTOWN – A circuit judge has blocked the scheduled academic misconduct hearing for former West Virginia University Provost Gerald Lang, ruling that three lawyers involved in the process have conflicts of interest. Monongalia Circuit Judge Susan B. Tucker added in … Read More
WHEELING — A Bridgeport radiologist swore he wouldn’t pick a fight with a Texas judge who accused him of fabricating X-ray reports for asbestos lawyers, but he picked the fight anyway.
CHARLESTON – Two West Virginia residents have filed separate suits against a prominent ATV manufacturer, alleging they were injured after their four-wheelers flipped.
ELKINS – State Division of Natural Resources Director Frank Jezioro declares in federal court that if Constitution Party members want park rangers to treat them the way they treat Friends of Blackwater Canyon, they should behave like Friends of Blackwater Canyon.
BLUEFIELD – A drug manufacturer is alleging a case in which a deceased woman’s husband claims she died due to a defective fentanyl patch should remain in federal court if it is not dismissed.
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County woman is alleging a Parkersburg nursing home’s substandard care of her mother resulted in her ultimate death. Linda Holstine, as the personal representative of the estate of Eva Thelma Davis, on April 15 filed suit … Read More
CHARLESTON — The best jury research replicates the actual trial situation as closely as possible. Unfortunately, conducting surveys, focus groups and mock trials in the actual trial venue often has significant downside.