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Monthly Archives: December 2009
CHARLESTON — While a young litigator, I had the opportunity to “carry the bag” of E. Glenn Robinson, a founding member of my former firm, Robinson & McElwee.
CLARKSBURG -– Steptoe & Johnson has been ranked among the 100 largest firms in three different practice areas according to Law360. The practice areas and numeric rankings include: Employment (89), Energy (25), and Insurance (86). The rankings resulted from a … Read More
CHARLESTON -– In the recently released BTI Client Service A-Team 2010, Jackson Kelly was recognized for delivering superior client service. The BTI Client Service A-Team evaluates individual law firm performance through the eyes of the client. No law firms influence … Read More
MORGANTOWN -– Kimberly S. Croyle, an attorney with 17 years experience in education law and other areas, has been named West Virginia University’s general counsel and vice president for legal affairs.
You may not know it, but we are yet again poised on the edge of a potential revolution in computing. It’s called “cloud computing” and it’s drawing quite a bit of attention these days. If you use web mail, Facebook or Google Docs, you are already in the cloud. Interested parties include not only Chief Information Officers and IT folks, but those of us in electronic discovery as well. So, what exactly is this cloud computing?
CHARLESTON – Judges from four states will gather in Charleston to help U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin evaluate experts in litigation over heart medicine Digitek.
RIPLEY – A Wirt County businessman is accused of contributing the wrongful death of a Jackson County woman following an auto accident two years ago. Timothy Ellison, and his business, Ellison Dozer Service Inc., are named as co-defendants in a … Read More
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County man is suing the city of Parkersburg and one of its police officers for physical and mental injuries he suffered following an arrest last year. The city, and Parkersburg Police Officer T.A. Davis are named … Read More
Dec. 9 Corsia Ramey vs. Antonio Russell, Oxford House Inc. and John Doe, unknown person or persons PA- Michael A. Woelfel, Kerry A. Nessel; J- Irene C. Berger * Ramey claims during her stay at the Oxford House, which is … Read More
Dec. 16 SWVA Inc. vs. A.M. Haire Body Co. Inc. PA- Thomas E. Scarr, Arnold J. Janicker, John A. Hess; J- David M. Pancake * From 2007 until 2009, the defendant purchased products from SWVA to be shipped to its … Read More
Dec. 8 Emily Michelle and Brian Allman vs. Darden Restaurants Inc., GMRI d/b/a Olive Garden Italian Restaurant #1254, and Jane Doe, an employee of Olive Garden PA – Richard D. Dunbar; J – Beane * The plaintiffs, residents of Mineral … Read More
Dec. 17 Google Inc. vs. Rebuilder Medical Technologies Inc. PA – Stephen L. Gaylock J – Sanders * According to the complaint, the defendant owes $321,879.04 on an account pursuant to the statement of account and invoice. Google demands judgment … Read More
Dec. 3 Roman L. Cedar vs. A-1 Engine Builders and Garage Inc. PA – J. Michael Ranson; J – Evans * The plaintiff is suing the defendant for wrongful termination after he was fired on July 30 for filing a … Read More
Nov. 25 In re: Frank Beckner, administrator of the estate of Ryan Beckner PA – Pro se; J – Nibert * The petitioner is asking the court to approve a wrongful death claim from State Farm Mutual Insurance Company in … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing Friends at Home Care Inc. and Elder Aide Services after her credit card was stolen by a home caregiver. On Dec. 23, 2008, Helen E. Stilwell’s niece contacted the defendants to provide caregiver services … Read More