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Daily Archives: August 27, 2009
CHARLESTON – Embattled former attorney Dante DiTrapano has pleaded guilty to making a false statement to a financial institution.
WHEELING – The administratrix of a deceased man’s estate has filed suit against Armstrong Steel Protectors and The Velotta Company, blaming them for not equipping the man with proper gear to prevent him from falling off a 50-foot bridge. Cindy … Read More
CHARLESTON — Huddleston Bolen attorneys Kevin Nelson and Scott Sheets will speak as part of an employment law seminar sponsored by the National Business Institute.
CHALRESTON — Working closely with the Legislature and its leaders, we have addressed the tough issues that have long hindered our economic progress and achieved the kind of results that many thought would be impossible to accomplish, even if given a lifetime.
WHEELING – Bridgeport radiologist Ray Harron doesn’t want jurors in his federal civil fraud trial to learn that a Texas judge exposed his unreliable method, that he pleads the Fifth Amendment or that he lost his medical license in seven states.
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County woman’s complaint against her former boss and employers in which she alleged she was fired because of her reports of sexual harassment and illegal conduct has been dismissed. Lorri Lambert originally filed a complaint June … Read More
CHARLESTON – Appalachian Power Company claims it should not have to pay punitive damages to a man who filed a lawsuit against it after he says a faulty security gate arm got him fired. Mark Webb filed a lawsuit June … Read More
CLARKSBURG -– Jackson Kelly attorney Marcia Broughton recently was named to the West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors. She will serve a three-year term.
CLARKSBURG — An insurance company says it was forced to pay a lumber company and a neighboring business more than $150,000 after a fire erupted in the building, caused by a defective exhaust fan. Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company filed … Read More
CHARLESTON – Americans recognize the need to save for retirement. But few are mindful of the need to protect themselves against the steadily growing costs of long-term care services. Long-term care insurance can cover the costs of long-term care services and protect lifetime savings.
CHARLESTON – A couple publicly accused of kidnapping their grandchild claim they did nothing wrong and are now accusing police of beating the man, unlawfully arresting them and holding them in jail without providing them needed medication. Paul DeWayne Fields … Read More
CHARLES TOWN – A petition in a Jefferson County zoning case is a private, not a public document, a judge has ruled. Jefferson Circuit Judge David H. Saunders on Aug. 21 ruled that Jefferson Circuit Clerk Jennifer Maghan could legally … Read More
BECKLEY – A Minnesota company is asking its former employee to supply it with more information after he filed a suit against the company for its alleged violation of a public policy when it laid him off. West Publishing Corporation, … Read More