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Monthly Archives: January 2010
HUNTINGTON -– An experienced litigator has joined Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough in its newly opened Huntington office.
CHARLESTON -– The law firm of Spilman Thomas & Battle is pleased to announce the re-election of the following new management committee member: Eric W. Iskra has been elected again as member in charge of Client Relations. This is the … Read More
HUNTINGTON — Lindsay Taylor has joined the law firm of Huddleston Bolen LLP as a practicing attorney in the firm’s Huntington office.
CHARLESTON — A Logan County woman is suing Charleston Treatment Center for the death of her daughter. Tonya Lea Keene was participating in a methadone treatment program at Charleston Treatment Center to assist in her struggle with drug addiction rehabilitation, … Read More
HUNTINGTON –- At least two complaints and an amended lawsuit have been filed against a trucking company and one of its drivers after an accident on Interstate 64, but the complaints all tell different stories. Originally, plaintiffs Beatrice Christenson, Cynthia … Read More
CHARLESTON -– A man who claims to have received chemical injuries after an explosion at a Nitro plant has seen his complaint removed to federal court. Thomas Brandon Casto originally filed a complaint Oct. 9 in Kanawha Circuit Court against … Read More
HUNTINGTON – Fifth Third Bank claims members of a Huntington church created fraudulent documents in an attempt to release them from a mortgage on which they owed more than $700,000. Fifth Third Bank filed a complaint Dec. 7 in U.S. … Read More
BECKLEY – A Piney View couple say they and their daughter have suffered “indescribable damages” after a pediatrician and doctors at Raleigh General Hospital failed to diagnose their daughter with hearing problems. Paula and Scott Adkins filed a lawsuit Dec. … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Waste Management driver claims the company refused to pay him and his co-workers overtime wages. Richard Williams filed a putative class action complaint Dec. 1 in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia against … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Clay County woman is suing Verizon Services Corporation, Verizon West Virginia, and two individuals after she claims she was wrongfully terminated from her employment. Brenda Lyons began working for Verizon in 2000 as a business associate and … Read More
WASHINGTON –- Politicians who tried to discourage distribution of the movie, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” could have simply banned it under campaign finance laws the U.S. Supreme Court recently rejected, according to Justice Anthony Kennedy. “The censorship we now … Read More
CHARLESTON – The need for extra staff to handle appeals before a proposed intermediate appellate court notwithstanding, the state Attorney General’s Office says it needs more resources for a burgeoning caseload.
CHARLESTON — While West Virginia’s leaders have spent a lot of time talking about reforming our state courts, we seem to keep spinning our wheels in the mud. Case in point is our most recent judicial reform discussion.
CHARLESTON — The recent election of a Republican Senator in Massachusetts to fill the seat formerly held by the late Ted Kennedy is a major change and one that will have a direct influence on the deliberations related to national health care reform.
CHARLESTON – The Hershey Company and Walmart deny responsibility for a rusty nail found inside a Mounds bar given to a 2-year-old. Both companies are named as defendants in a lawsuit Samuel Oyler filed on behalf of his minor son, … Read More