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Monthly Archives: June 2009
CHARLESTON -– Thirteen Dinsmore & Shohl attorneys have been named to the 2009 West Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars list by Law & Politics Media: Super Lawyers * Mark A. Carter (Labor & Employment) * Anna M. Dailey (Labor … Read More
June 11 Christi Marie Beck-Samms v. Gregory Allen Samms and Chadrick R. Porter PA – Mark W. Kelley and James M. Pierson: J – Charles King * The plaintiff claim the defendants, her ex-husband and their lawyer friend, financially ruined … Read More
June 18 Terri Lea Sheppard individually and as the natural mother of Bryson L. Sheppard v. Carolyn E. Clark, M.D., Carolyn E. Clark, M.D., Inc., and Cabell Huntington Hospital PA-Paul T. Farrell Jr.; J-Jane Hustead * Sheppard was admitted to … Read More
June 12 Lubeck Public Service District v. Michael A. and Shayne M. Garner P.A. – Richard A. Hayhurst; J – Beane * The plaintiff is suing the defendant’s for trespassing on an easement granted to the plaintiffs on June 17, … Read More
June 15 David Rogers and Teresa Rogers vs. Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia Inc. PA-Samuel F. Hanna; J-Stowers * On June 15, 2007, David Rogers was operating a hoist on an assembly line at Toyota’s Buffalo plant when the hoist … Read More
June 12 The Poca Valley Bank v. Darrell E. Casto P.A. – L. Kevin Levine; J – Nibert * The plaintiff is suing the defendant for defaulting on loans given to the plaintiff on Aug. 31, 2006, Oct. 27, 2006, … Read More
June 1 James J. Mann vs. Jeffrey A. Jones PA – D. Michael Burke; J – Wilkes * The plaintiff claims Jones was negligent and failed to stop at a traffic signal in downtown Martinsburg on June 2, 2007, striking … Read More
WHEELING – West Virginia University researchers took money from U.S. taxpayers and plaintiff lawyers, hid the conflict of interest, and produced questionable research for the benefit of the lawyers, according to court documents obtained by The West Virginia Record.
CLARKSBURG — C. David Morrison, a member of the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson, has been elected President of the Energy and Mineral Law Foundation (EMLF), a nationwide, non-profit educational organization.
MORGANTOWN — So there’s not going to be a head-to-head debate between Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship and NASA climate scientist James Hansen about global warning and coal mining.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw has filed an objection in the ongoing bankruptcy proceedings for troubled automaker General Motors.
CHARLESTON – An Ohio man is suing a South Charleston auto dealership, claiming he was fired from his job because he is black. Wayne Penn filed a lawsuit June 9 against White Dodge Inc. and manager Blair White. Penn says … Read More
CHARLESTON – The administrator of a deceased man’s estate has filed suit against a major drug manufacturer, alleging he died after he was exposed to a lethal amount of fentanyl through a prescribed pain patch. Lynn Woodcock, personal representative of … Read More
WINFIELD – A judge has dismissed part of a lawsuit regarding the construction of the Hurricane Wal-Mart. Senior Status Judge Bob Chafin tossed out part of Mark and Dolores Halburn’s case against the City of Hurricane. The portions of the … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Missouri coal-selling company has filed suit against a Canadian steel manufacturer, alleging it did not accept or purchase an agreed-upon amount of coal. Arch Coal Sales Company says it entered into negotiations with Essar Steel Algoma Inc. … Read More