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Monthly Archives: June 2009
HUNTINGTON — Huddleston Bolen has announced that a total of 13 of the firm’s lawyers were recognized in the 2009 Edition of West Virginia Super Lawyers. More than one-quarter of the firm’s West Virginia lawyers were named either West Virginia … Read More
CHARLESTON -– Three new board members were welcomed to the Legal Aid of West Virginia Board of Directors, during its Annual Meeting held in Charleston on May 8. Two members were elected through an election process involving peer-voting by members … Read More
CHARLESTON — John H. Tinney of Charleston recently was elected President of the West Virginia Bar Foundation.
CHARLESTON — Fourteen lawyers were admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during a ceremony before the Supreme Court of Appeals on June 25. These individuals were admitted after successfully completing the bar examination or by reciprocity. … Read More
CHARLESTON — Spilman Thomas & Battle recently announced attorney rankings in 2009 Super Lawyers. The objective of the Super Lawyers selection process is to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of outstanding attorneys from more than 70 practice areas … Read More
CHARLESTON – Timothy Bailey said it was partially the slug’s pace of much of the work involving defense litigation that led him to plaintiffs’ law.
WASHNGTON – The federal government plans to withhold nearly a half-million dollars the next time it doles out Medicaid funding to the State of West Virginia as a result of a settlement engineered by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
CHARLESTON — Though a judge quashed a subpoena for a Kanawha County woman’s entire medical history in a personal injury suit she filed against WVU Tech, he ordered she’ll still have to turn over records related to treatment for her alleged injury.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing a bar and an unknown patron, claiming the bar allowed the patron to get drunk enough to fall into her and injure her. Martha Hankins filed a lawsuit June 5 in Kanawha Circuit Court … Read More
HUNTINGTON – Sunoco Chemicals is asking the federal court to dismiss a complaint filed against it, in which an employee of the company claims he was injured while working. Sunoco removed to federal court the complaint Christopher and Sharon Cole … Read More
They used to be called ambulance chasers and they were held in contempt by the legal profession, the media, and the public. Read More
CHARLESTON – A national court advocacy group wants U.S. Senators to grill Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor about her views on judicial impartiality and recusal during the confirmation process.
CLARKSBURG -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that 36 of the firm’s lawyers are included in the 2009 class of West Virginia Super Lawyers, with nine lawyers included as West Virginia “Rising Stars.” The editors selected the following … Read More
CHARLESTON — Charleston attorney Harry F. Bell Jr. has been honored in the latest edition of Super Lawyers.
CHARLESTON — The law office of Shuman, McCuskey & Slicer is pleased to announce that Brian J. Warner has joined the firm as a member.