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Monthly Archives: November 2009
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Rep. Shelley Moore Capito for voting against House Bill 3962, the health insurance “reform” bill that narrowly passed the House of Representatives.
CHARLESTON -– Michael Martin, facing life in prison without mercy for his part in the murder of Beckley policeman Chuck Smith, has won a new trial. The Supreme Court of Appeals decided on Nov. 23 that Raleigh County Circuit Judge … Read More
WAYNE — A woman is suing Rite Aid after an injury in their Lavalette store. On Oct. 28, 2005, Angela Marshall went to Rite Aid and while shopping in one of the aisles, an object fell on her, according to … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing her former employer and two supervisors for unlawful termination. Denise Miller was employed at GF Management and Hicha Associates for approximately 18 months and was terminated from her job on Oct. 28, 2009, according … Read More
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing Coal River Mining after a work-related injury. Joey Dingess worked for Coal River Mining as a roof bolding machine operator and was injured in the Fork Creek No. 1 Mine on Dec. 14, … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing two Charleston physicians after multiple surgeries left her without the use of her hands. On Jan. 3, 2008, Carolyn Sue Crawford underwent an EMG and nerve conduction study of her upper extremities, according to … Read More
CHARLESTON — Multiplex Inc. is suing the Raleigh County Board of Education and the state School Building Authority for breach of contract. On July 21, 2005, Multiplex and the Board entered into a contract for construction of an addition to … Read More
CHARLESTON — A man is suing Charleston Area Media Center and one of its physicians after the death of his wife on Sept. 11, 2007.
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing Outback Steakhouse after she claims she was injured.
MORGANTOWN -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to welcome Ashley Saville-Amtower as a new associate in the firm’s Morgantown office.
CHARLESTON – A recently dismissed lawsuit against a Charleston law firm, and one of its associates should never have been filed in the first place, says one of the firm’s partners.
CHARLESTON — A Charleston attorney said he is honored and humbled to be appointed to the West Virginia University Board of Governors.
CHARLESTON — Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that Best Lawyers, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, has named William W. Booker as the “Charleston, WV Best Lawyers Banking Lawyer of the Year” for 2010.
CHARLESTON -– The 16th edition of The Best Lawyers in America, a peer-review publication in the legal profession (“Best Lawyers”), has named five Jackson Kelly lawyers as Charleston, W.Va. Best Lawyers’ 2010 Lawyers of the Year.