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Daily Archives: January 21, 2010
CHARLESTON — State Attorney General Darrell McGraw is challenging an appeals board decision to withhold $2.7 million in Medicaid funds that stems from a $10 million settlement with OxyContin-maker Purdue Pharma he engineered in 2004.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has refused to rehear a case involving the privacy of a former justice’s e-mails and postponed a decision on a controversial $50 million case.
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County couple allege their insurance company wrongfully denied a claim for benefits based on truthful information they gave to a misleading question. Deric and Erin Butterfield filed a breach of contract suit in Wood Circuit Court … Read More
WASHINGTON — Leave it to the plaintiffs’ trial lawyers to add insult to injury. While American businesses and families spent 2009 coping with the effects of a severe recession, the plaintiffs’ bar was hard at work bringing a whole new round of outrageous lawsuits on behalf of clients hoping to get rich quick by winning the litigation lottery.
CHARLESTON — Booth Goodwin has been nominated as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia by President Obama. Goodwin currently is an assistant federal prosecutor, and he is the son of U.S. District Judge Joseph R. Goodwin, who … Read More
HUNTINGTON — After not being able to obtain information, a Putnam County freelance legal researcher and writer is suing Cabell County EMS and the Cabell County Commission under the Freedom of Information Act. On Oct. 21, 2009, Jay Lawrence Smith … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The Administrative Office of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia has set the interest rate at 7.00 percent for judgments and decrees entered during the 2010 calendar year. A law passed in the 2006 legislative session … Read More
WINFIELD — A former employee is suing Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia after he slipped on a mat that was over an oil spill. Martin Edmunds was employed by the defendant from April 1, 2000, until Dec. 10, 2008. Edmunds … Read More
WINFIELD — A man is suing the town of Eleanor for the death of his mother after she was reported missing from her home. On Dec. 16, 2008, Dorothy Lee Meadows was reported missing from her home on West Fir … Read More
MORGANTOWN — Kimberly S. Croyle has been named West Virginia University’s general counsel and vice president for legal affairs.
CHARLESTON -– Steptoe & Johnson has announced the first topic of the firm’s 2010 energy webinar series, which will feature a three-part presentation on legal issues surrounding the Marcellus Shale development. Members of the firm’s Energy Team launched part one … Read More
CHARLESTON — TechGROWTH Ohio has announced a month-long series of seminars focusing on business growth in southeast Ohio, featuring keynote addresses by U.S. Congressman Charlie Wilson (OH-6) at each. This event will bring together the largest assembly of resources in … Read More
CHARLESTON – Year 2010 brings one of the biggest IRA planning opportunities in quite some time, opening the door for many individuals to participate in Roth IRA conversions. This has created a big buzz in the retirement planning arena. Key … Read More
CLARKSBURG -– Steptoe & Johnson has announced that Marsha K. Hudkins, Of Counsel, has been installed as a regional liaison to the Greater Appalachian Basin Association of Lease and Title Analysts (GABALTA).
HUNTINGTON — Huddleston Bolen and The State Journal have announced the 2010 Business4Breakfast business seminar schedule to be held in Huntington. The Business4Breakfast seminars are designed to help professionals understand and navigate the breadth of opportunities and challenges in today’s … Read More