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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.
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
MORGANTOWN — Abuse and neglect cases take up at least a third of a typical circuit judge’s time, so the Supreme Court’s Court Improvement Program Board this semester is underwriting the first-ever class solely on civil abuse and neglect law … Read More
CHARLESTON — During this legislative session, the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce is making a major push for guaranteed right of appeal in the state’s court system.
CHARLESTON – For mishandling of funds awarded to a client from a personal injury settlement, the state Bar is seeking the disbarment of a Kanawha County attorney. Among the cases the state Supreme Court is scheduled to hear when it … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Bar is asking a Clarksburg attorney and former state official be punished for fraudulently representing to correctional officers he needed to meet with an alleged client only to have sex with her. Among the cases the … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Bar believes a Mercer County attorney acted inappropriately when he made romantic overtures to a female inmate he was helping with a divorce. Among the cases the state Supreme Court is scheduled to hear when it … Read More
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court will soon decide whether to rehear two of its more closely watched recent decisions.
CHARLESTON — Two middle school mock trials that are part of the West Virginia Supreme Court’s West Virginia Law Adventure program are being rescheduled due to weather. Nutall Middle School in Fayette County has moved its mock trial, originally scheduled … Read More