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Monthly Archives: August 2010
HUNTINGTON — A managing partner of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough’s West Virginia office has been elected to the executive committee of the National Foundation for Judicial Excellence.
Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown & Poe employees — from left, Greg Gibbs, Pierce Fowler, Matthew Blake, Steve Fowler, Joshua Dotson, Jeff Molenda and Robert Trimarche — rode through Greenbrier County in the MS 150 Bike Tour, ending up at the The Greenbrier. (Courtesy photo)
CHARLESTON -– Let no one say Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown & Poe employees don’t step out — or ride like the wind — for their community and organization support.
CHARLESTON — A retired Putnam Circuit Judge has been appointed by the state Supreme Court to temporarily fill in for Kanawha Circuit Judge James C. Stucky. James O. Holliday began hearing cases on Aug. 30 and will continue “until Judge … Read More
CHARLESTON — It’s no surprise that the newest leader of West Virginia’s personal injury bar, Michael J. Romano, thinks our state’s legal climate is fine as is. However, it was quite interesting to read Mr. Romano’s recent guest column on what really hurts West Virginia’s job prospects — too many mountains!
Dear Editor: This weekend, around the country, we are celebrating Labor Day and saying goodbye to our long summer days. While we all understand that Labor Day is a time to celebrate the American worker, this year’s holiday has taken … Read More
CHARLESTON — There are those in the legal community who are questioning the refusal by West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office to release the contents of federal subpoenas recently received by two of Gov. Joe Manchin’s cabinet agencies.
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing the West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority and two correctional officers after she claims she was sexually harassed and abused while she was incarcerated. An unknown man was also named as a … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Proctorville, Ohio, man is suing Oakwood Terrace Apartments and an unknown man after he was shot and wounded. On Aug. 9, 2008, Travis J. Keaton was visiting a friend who lived at Oakwood Terrace Apartments when he … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston woman is suing Encore Management Company after she claims it wrongfully terminated her employment because of her disability. On Aug. 15, 2005, Joanne Myers began working for the defendant, who was aware that she had previously … Read More
CHARLESTON — A couple is suing the City of Marmet after they claim it negligently caused asphalt to be put on Maryland Avenue in such a manner that a rain water drain that drains water from their residence cannot freely … Read More
CHARLESTON — Eighteen people are suing 147 companies they claim are responsible for their asbestos-related health problems. The plaintiffs, Ermel L. Deulley and Elneta J. Deulley; Carl E. Douglas and Karen L. Douglas; Dolores A. Frazier, executrix of the Estate … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Harper man is suing East Cumberland after he suffered injuries while he was at work. Elder Joel Chavel was employed by East Cumberland as a general laborer. On April 15, Chavel was cutting timber for East Cumberland … Read More
A popular bumper sticker years back challenged the pesky know-it-all: “If you’re so smart, why ain’t you rich?” Read More
WINFIELD -– A Putnam County woman is suing a family doctor for the wrongful death of her daughter. Sandra Sigmon filed suit against Dr. Thomas J. Rittinger on July 30 in Putnam Circuit Court. In her complaint, Sigmon alleges Rittinger … Read More
WHEELING – U.S. District Judge Frederick Stamp gives Graybar Electric and former employee Joseph Veltri a week to avert a jury trial on Veltri’s discrimination claim. On Aug. 18, with trial set for Sept. 14, Stamp set a mediation session … Read More