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Monthly Archives: October 2009
CHARLESTON – Dan Greear, who nearly defeated state Attorney General Darrell McGraw in last year’s election, apparently is considering a run for a soon-to-be vacant Kanawha Circuit Court judgeship.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston hospital is seeking repayment on the outstanding balances of loans it made to two doctors to help them establish their respective medical practices. Charleston Area Medical Center filed separate breach of contract suits against Drs. Mateen … Read More
PHILADELPHIA -– Judge James Lynn of the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas sentenced Baron and Budd asbestos lawyer John Langdoc of Dallas to a week in prison and fined him $1,000 for grandstanding at a jury trial.
CHARLESTON –- Department of Justice antitrust lawyers and owners of Charleston’s Gazette and Daily Mail newspapers asked for three weeks to settle civil charges that the Gazette created an illegal monopoly when it bought the Daily Mail.
CHARLESTON – Progressive Classic Insurance must pay thousands of dollars for thumbing its nose at Harrison Circuit Judge Thomas Bedell, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided on Oct. 13.
CHARLESTON -— The state Department of Health and Human Resources and its secretary are being sued after a former employee claims to have been discriminated against. Georgia Vela worked for the department in the Bureau of Children and Families since … Read More
CHARLESTON — A man is suing his former employer, a construction company and five unknown individuals after an injury at work. Herbert Canterbury was employed by Peter T. Gordon, who was doing business as Go Bananas, as a masonry laborer … Read More
CHARLESTON — A man is suing Ford Motor Company under West Virginia’s lemon law. Carlos R. Hess purchased a new 2006 Ford F-250 truck from Moses Ford, Inc. in St. Albans for $36,577, according to a complaint filed Oct. 14 … Read More
MORGANTOWN — The Dow Jones Industrial Average has broken the 10,000 mark and the economy is showing some signs of stabilization – some economists believe America is on its way to recovery, others are not convinced. The challenges that face … Read More
MORGANTOWN — The U.S. Constitution specifies that federal judges will be appointed by the President, subject to approval by the U.S. Senate. It is a partisan exercise; Republican Presidents appoint Republican judges and Democratic Presidents choose members of their own party to fill vacancies.
Dear Editor: Webster defines the world knowledge as understanding gained by actual experience. Delegate Jonathan Miller is maybe too young or for some other reason lucky enough never to have had any knowledge of or dealings with insurance company’s abuse. … Read More
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing Lowe’s Home Center after he was accused of being involved in missing and uncharged sale items. Charles D. Shawkey II worked for Lowe’s from Aug. 6, 1987, until Feb. 18, 2009, as a … Read More
CHARLESTON -— A man is suing his former employer and another company after a work-related injury. Clarence Ray Maynard worked for Logan-Mingo Contractors, Inc. for about 10 years. The company had a business relationship with Spartan Mining Company, according to … Read More
WAYNE — A man is suing Subway after a fall caused him injury. Gerold M. Bishop, a resident of Wayne County, was injured after a fall in Subway, according to a complaint filed in Wayne Circuit Court on Sept. 11. … Read More
CHARLESTON -— A man is suing after a vehicle accident that caused him injury. John Lawrence Pauley III attended a funeral with his girlfriend in August 2008 and accompanied her and other members of her family to a social establishment … Read More