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Monthly Archives: September 2009
CHARLESTON – Regardless of his skin color, Pepsi claims it would have fired the man who has filed suit against the company alleging racism. Robin Armstrong, a bi-racial Kanawha County man, filed a lawsuit in Kanawha Circuit Court against Bottling … Read More
HUNTINGTON – The Williamson Daily News denies a man’s allegations that it deliberately caused injuries to the man’s right hand when it got caught in a printing machine. Faron Williamson, his wife Barbara Elaine Williamson and his infant son Faron … Read More
WHEELING — The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is asking the U.S. District Court to dismiss generic drugmaker Mylan’s complaint against it, saying it had a constitutional right to publish an article that led to an investigation by the Food and Drug Administration. … Read More
CHARLESTON — CVS Pharmacy and other defendants in a lawsuit filed by outside counsel hired by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw have removed the case to federal court.
WAYNE– A Wayne County woman is suing a Tennessee corporation for burns to an infant child caused after he used an Icy Hot patch to relieve pain. Teresa Hill, as guardian of Patrick Ball, filed suit Aug. 7 in Wayne … Read More
CEREDO – A Wayne County woman has filed suit against Speedway SuperAmerica after she says she slipped on a wet floor. Kelly Napier claims she was visiting the Speedway on Main Street in Ceredo on Feb. 2 when she turned … Read More
CLARKSBURG – Two additional current and former managers of video poker parlors throughout central West Virginia have filed separate federal lawsuits against the parlors and their owners, alleging they worked more than 40 hours per week without receiving overtime pay … Read More
CHARLESTON – A West Virginia company claims it faces the possibility of bankruptcy and of being forced to lay off all its employees if an oil company is allowed to shut down its wells and to buy its meters. In … Read More
PARKERSBURG -– Retired Fourth Judicial Circuit Court Judge Arthur N. Gustke died Sunday, Sept. 27, at his home. He was 80. Judge Gustke was elected in 1974, then re-elected in 1976 and 1984. After 18 years as a judge in … Read More
BARBOURSVILLE – An Ohio woman claims fell while shopping in the Huntington Mall after a Zales employee failed to warn her of an object on the floor.
Schadenfreude is a wonderful word that refers to the pleasure we take in other people’s distress. It’s a guilty pleasure, but hard to resist. Read More
MORGANTOWN — An election is an exercise that flexes the muscle of democracy. It is the reminder that the government’s legitimacy is derived from the consent of the governed.
CHARLESTON – In a last-minute bid to save his law license, Joseph Albright Jr. distributed an estate he should have distributed years ago. Albright, a Parkersburg attorney, signed checks for beneficiaries on Sept. 21, two days before a hearing at … Read More
HUNTINGTON –- Charleston Town Center owners claim the eviction of black teens for exceeding a limit of four juveniles in a group didn’t constitute discrimination, but they haven’t enforced the rule against the white children of Chief Justice Brent Benjamin.