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As best we can tell, H. Blair Hahn isn’t a covert operative. He doesn’t lurk in shadows or don a disguise. But his lawyer contract with West Virginia is top secret.
CHARLESTON — Paul Nyden recently had a article in the Sunday Gazette-Mail about how Sedgewick (the folks handling the Old Fund Workers’ Comp claims) is denying some Workers’ Comp recipients disability benefits.
Filed under “be careful what you wish for,” Charleston lawyer Harry Bell is asking a federal judge to start regulating the cable television industry. Read More
CHARLESTON — February 12 marked the 200th anniversary of the birth of arguably our greatest president, Abraham Lincoln.
U.S. Magistrate Judge James Siebert has to see more than smoke in the matter of Earl Baylor, the South Carolinian whose challenged asbestos sickness diagnosis is part of a questionable West Virginia lawsuit against CSX Transportation. Read More
If you believe the enviros, the coal companies are evil.
It was relatively easy for Pittsburgh asbestos lawyer Robert Peirce to file and settle 10,000 asbestos lawsuits against hundreds of businesses. Read More
MORGANTOWN — There’s bad news for any challenger interested in running for the unexpired term on the West Virginia Supreme Court next year: The five sitting justices all had a congenial lunch together last Thursday.
CHARLESTON — I read the recent article in the Daily Mail about Judge Irene Berger getting fast tracked into a federal judgeship. And, while it will be a blessing to get her off the Circuit Court, a lifetime appointment on the Federal Bench is a little scary.