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Monthly Archives: July 2010
CHARLESTON — With the recent passing of Sen. Robert C. Byrd, West Virginia lost not only the longest-serving Senator in U.S. history, but also its pipeline to billions of dollars in federal funding that has kept the state afloat for years. This underscores the fact that the Mountain State must now learn to fend for itself.
CHARLESTON — When it comes to lousy attorneys general, I thought no one could top West Virginia Democrat Darrell Vivian McGraw Junior.
CHARLESTON — Attorney Mike Stuart has been elected chairman of the West Virginia Republican Party,
HUNTINGTON — Jill I. Francisco, ACP, a paralegal at Huddleston Bolen LLP in Huntington, has been elected Treasurer of The National Association of Legal Assistants/paralegals, during the association’s 35th annual meeting July 16 Jacksonville, Fla.
CHARLESTON — It could be December before revised rules to West Virginia’s appellate process go into effect, says the state Supreme Court’s clerk.
CHARLESTON — A lawyer for families of two of the miners who were killed in the Upper Big Branch Mine disaster called Massey Energy’s handling of the investigation into the explosion a “PR campaign.”
CHARLESTON — A Mingo County attorney pleaded guilty Monday for his role in fraudulently obtaining more than $119,000 in falsified legal fees. William H. Duty, 56, of Delbarton admitted he committed wire fraud while practicing as a court-appointed attorney in … Read More
HUNTINGTON -— Huddleston Bolen has announced that a total of 15 of the firm’s lawyers were recognized in the 2010 Edition of West Virginia Super Lawyers. More than one-third of the firm’s West Virginia lawyers were named either West Virginia … Read More
CHARLESTON — Now that he’s sworn in as a U.S. senator, Carte Goodwin has to temporarily leave his family’s law firm and bow out of a lawsuit brought by West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
CLARKSBURG — On Sept. 1, the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson will acquire the energy practice group of the western Pennsylvania firm of Culbertson, Weiss, Schetroma and Schug, P.C., currently led by Russell Schetroma, an influential authority on oil … Read More
CHARLESTON — The Law Office of Druckman & Estep is pleased to announce that William Druckman has met all requirements, including written examination, and has been granted Board Certification in the field of Medical Malpractice Liability by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA).
CHARLESTON — Two West Virginia trade associations say changes proposed by the state’s Supreme Court to its appellate procedures will increase the court’s workload and make it harder to attract new businesses. The West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County couple is suing General Motors after they purchased a vehicle that was defective. On July 15, 2006, Harry C. Slaughter and Carla J. Slaughter purchased a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban from the defendant for $48,095, according … Read More
CHARLESTON — The Law Office of G. Patrick Jacobs is suing Aaron’s Products, Decision Management Company and Village EDOCS for breach of contract Mark Salmons was also named as a defendant in the suit. Beginning in May 2008, the defendants … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Chapmanville couple is suing New River Energy Corporation and Spartan Mining Company after injuries were sustained at work. Eric U. Akers was employed by New River Energy as a coal exploration drill operator. On Feb. 10, 2009, … Read More