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Monthly Archives: February 2010
WILMINGTON, Del. – U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Carey has freed Affiliated Media to buy the Charleston Daily Mail back from the Charleston Gazette. On Feb. 15, Carey lifted a stay on a settlement of federal antitrust charges against the Gazette … Read More
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Business and Industry Council strongly supports Senate Bill 589, introduced by Senate Judiciary Chairman Jeff Kessler, D-Marshall.
HUNTINGTON — River Place is suing KDKM for failure to pay rent on a leased building. On July 11, 2003, River Place’s predecessors entered into a lease agreement with Whitaker Corporation, who was obligated to pay $2,746.33 each month for … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A Huntington couple is suing United Services Automobile Association, Crawford & Company and an individual after they claim the defendants refused to handle their claims in accordance to industry standards and West Virginia law. On Feb. 11, 2009, … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A Barboursville company is suing a Proctorville, Ohio, man for failure to pay rent. On May 1, 2008, River Place entered into a lease agreement with Stephen A. Mondlak, who was doing business as Monty’s Pizza, for real … Read More
CHARLESTON – In addition to reneging on their offer to promote him, a Charleston man alleges officials at the university where he worked terminated him for lodging complaints of discrimination. Melvin Poore filed suit against West Virginia State University on … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County resident has won a free divorce from a contest provided by the Webb Law Firm.
CHARLESTON -– The LAWS program that had been scheduled for March 30 in Moundsville has been cancelled due to the high number of school days missed this year because of snow in the Northern Panhandle, Supreme Court Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis said Wednesday.
CHARLESTON – A Logan County woman is suing the West Virginia State Police and one of its officers for what she calls a needless yearlong journey through the criminal justice system.
MORGANTOWN — William H. Hutchens III has been named West Virginia University’s general counsel and vice president for legal affairs.
WILLIAMSON — Shortly after he announced his candidacy for West Virginia’s 3rd Congressional District seat, former state Supreme Court Justice Spike Maynard already is making an impact.
CHARLESTON — A Charleston woman is suing a pharmacist, Cross Lanes Family Pharmacy and Poca Valu-Rite Inc. after she received the wrong medication and was hospitalized. On Feb. 13, 2008, Ethel M. Price had her prescription for Levothyroxine, a generic … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A man is suing the City of Huntington for wrongful termination from his employment. Francis Allen Jackson entered into an employment contract with the City of Huntington in April 2008. As a condition of his employment, he was … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A Huntington man is suing the First National Bank of Omaha for negligence, invasion of privacy and violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Jeremy Bailey had a Visa account with the defendant and claims … Read More
HUNTINGTON -— A former employee is suing InfoCision Management Corporation and an unknown entity after she was injured on the company’s property. Rebecca Whittington was employed at InfoCision as a telecommunications representative. On Feb. 14, 2008, Whittington attempted to walk … Read More