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Monthly Archives: July 2009
HUNTINGTON — Second Creek Technologies is presenting a follow-up to its successful CLE on eDiscovery. “eDiscovery From Start to Finish” will take students through the entire electronic discovery process, from before litigation begins through trial. The course will be offered … Read More
CHARLESTON — My optimism in our state’s ability to grow has not weaned one bit because we continue to attract investments that will help our citizens improve their quality of life.
HUNTINGTON — A Huntington man is suing a motorist he says struck him as he was running to catch a bus. Demartae D. Wiggins filed a lawsuit July 1 in Cabell Circuit Court against Jeffery Lee King, also of Huntington. … Read More
WAYNE — A Roane County man says a Spencer used car dealer sold another man a defective pick-up, resulting in his death. Roy Wayne Roberts, administrator of the estate of Kenneth Lee Roberts, filed a lawsuit June 4 in Wayne … Read More
CHARLESTON – At least for a little while longer, a Charleston man’s lawsuit against a state Tax Department attorney will proceed.
CHARLESTON — A Charleston man is suing a doctor, claiming that despite the warning signs, the doctor failed to diagnose his colorectal cancer. Timothy A. Walden Sr. filed a lawsuit July 2 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Ahmad Maraikayer, M.D. … Read More
CHARLESTON – A former Kmart employee is seeking more than $90,000 after he says the company failed to pay him vacation and personal day money after it terminated him. Joshua E. Lasure originally filed a complaint May 13 in Kanawha … Read More
CHARLESTON — What if you were sued for a mishap on your property that resulted in someone being severely injured or killed? What if you were found to be liable for a major traffic accident involving multiple injuries that clearly exceeded your car insurance limits?
NEW YORK – State Attorney General Darrell McGraw and Eli Lilly & Co. apparently have reached a settlement, though the terms won’t be known unless they are unsealed.
CHARLESTON — A Poca man says he was lured outside by bouncers at a Cross Lanes bar only to be beaten up. Eric Douglas Patton filed a lawsuit July 2 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Bobby’s Bar and Grill, bar … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Logan County woman has filed suit against the Logan County Commission and three Logan County deputies, alleging a surveillance camera outside the woman’s home offended the officers enough to shove her into a freezer. Later, events spiraled … Read More
WAYNE — A woman says she was fired from her job with Fifth Third Bank because she had to take time off work when she became ill. Tina Mynes filed a lawsuit July 2 in Wayne Circuit Court against the … Read More
MARTINSBURG — A Hedgesville man says a crew with the West Virginia Division of Highways damaged a stream and destroyed surrounding vegetation during a dredging project on his property. Robert Maguire is asking to be paid more than $821,000 in … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A woman and her husband are suing, claiming he was stabbed at a Huntington residence as they went there to retrieve her forgotten purse. Patricia and Ezra Conn filed a lawsuit July 1 in Cabell Circuit Court against … Read More
MORGANTOWN — Two former Westover city employees are suing the city and mayor David Johnson, claiming they were fired so Johnson could hire friends and political supporters and because they complained about alleged wrongdoing within the city’s operations. Jeff Hunt … Read More