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CHARLESTON -– The Greenbrier resort owner James Justice claims lawyers for some of the coal companies he sold last year improperly switched sides and sued him.
CHARLESTON – Justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals must decide whether class action consumer fraud claims require proof of deception.
CHARLESTON — Reaction to the state Supreme Court’s revised rules for appellate procedure is rolling in.
CHARLESTON—The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia released a set of revised rules for Appellate Procedure on May 17 for public comment. Read More
CHARLESTON – Police don’t have to see a person driving in order to prove the person drove under the influence of alcohol, the Supreme Court of Appeals ruled on May 6.
CHARLESTON – Ford Motor Credit managers didn’t discriminate against a supervisor in Huntington when they suspended and demoted him for abuse and harassment, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals decided. In a May 5 opinion, all five Justices reversed … Read More
CHARLESTON – After months of work, the state Supreme Court is ready to release its Revised Rules of Appellate Procedure on May 17.
CHARLESTON – Circuit Judge John Madden thought he found an easy way out of a wrongful death case with feuding defendants, but the Justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals expect him to work harder on it.