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Monthly Archives: September 2010
CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly is pleased to welcome four new associates to the firm – Kellie Clark, Aaron Heishman, Amy Jo Holley and Felicia Phipps.
HUNTINGTON –- Attorneys for U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall’s election campaign want television stations to stop airing an ad from Republican challenger Spike Maynard’s campaign.
MORGANTOWN — Ruthann Robson, John T. Copenhaver visiting Chair at the West Virginia University College of Law, will be the featured speaker at the Fairness WV Conference 2010.
HARPERS FERRY — Our state currently has one of the most restrictive appeals processes in the nation. It is one of only 10 states in the nation without an intermediate court of appeals.
WHEELING — A Wheeling man and his wife are suing Northern Panhandle Pipe & Supply after he was injured with a steel pipe while at work. Michael A. McCarthy was employed by the defendant as a counter salesman and claims … Read More
WINFIELD — A Milton couple is suing American Electric Power Company and Sun Technical Services after they claim their employment was wrongfully terminated. Franklin R. Pifer, Debra Tygrett and Michael J. Finissi were also named as defendants in the suit. … Read More
MORGANTOWN — A Greene County, Pa., couple is suing Morgantown Surgical Associates and Monongalia County General Hospital for medical negligence after a breast biopsy. Drs. Mark L. Johnson, Jerome G. Johnson and Mary F. Edwards and an unknown individual were … Read More
MORGANTOWN — A Bridgeport couple is suing Mountainstate Orthopedic Associates and a physician after they claim it is responsible for improperly performing knee replacement surgery. D. Max Francis was referred to Dr. Matthew P. Darmelio by his treating physician for … Read More
WAYNE — A Wayne woman is suing Lavalette Public Service District after she claims she was injured because of the company’s negligence. On Aug. 21, 2008, Betty Keeney was at Sherri’s Special Occasions in Lavalette and was outside of the … Read More
PARSONS — A Tucker County jury awarded the family of a badly burned youth more than $1.5 million.
CHARLESTON -– An eastern Kanawha County municipality is accused of improperly firing one of its employees earlier this year. The town of Pratt is named in an age, and disability discrimination suit filed by Gary Fernatt. In his complaint, complaint, … Read More
CHARLESTON — Publisher Thomas Harding of the Observer in Shepherdstown won a crusade for free press and free information, right on time for everyone but himself.
CHARLESTON — Fifty West Virginia county boards of education that sued the state over a lingering debt tied to retired employees’ healthcare benefits have had their lawsuit thrown out. Kanawha Chief Circuit Judge Tod J. Kaufman agreed in his ruling … Read More
CHARLESTON -– A multi-million dollar lawsuit alleges a third death can be attributed to a 2008 explosion at a Charleston-area chemical plant.