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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.
WASHINGTON — One of Shakespeare’s plays includes a line about killing all the lawyers. Given the damage they do to the American economy by their abuse of our out-of-control tort system one can hardly blame anyone who adopts, in the figurative sense only, the wisdom of the sentiment.
CINCINNATI — The patent bar and the broader intellectual property community have been holding their breath since the Supreme Court granted certiorari on June 1, 2009, regarding the case of Bernard Bilski’s patent application.
CHARLESTON — On Tuesday, July 6, electricity demand in the East surged to levels near those in the summer of 2006.
CHARLESTON — The freight train is coming, and it is called the 2010 Census.