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Monthly Archives: September 2010
CHARLESTON — Dinsmore & Shohl has awarded Robert Stonestreet with its 2010 Alice Neeley Memorial Award.
WILLIAMSON — Sarah Palin recently launched a new website www.takebackthe20.com that targets 20 Democrats over their support of Obamacare: 34-year incumbent Nick Rahall was one of the 20 Democrats on the list.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The state of Michigan’s interests won’t be served by a West Virginia whistleblower and a West Virginia law firm in a lawsuit against prescription drug retailers, a Michigan judge has ruled.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw on Tuesday announced a settlement of antitrust charges against 11 vitamin companies, with nearly $200,000 in windfalls going to non-profit health centers and dental clinics in the state.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Republican Party on Tuesday announced it will not further challenge the layout of the state’s Nov. 2 ballots.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Justice Menis Ketchum on Monday recused himself in a pending case on the state’s damage caps in malpractice cases.
HUNTINGTON — A Logan County woman is suing Cabell Huntington Hospital after she claims the hospital is responsible for her family member’s death. Ashley William Bennett, M.D.; Juanita Jeffers, R.N.; Gerald McKinney, M.D.; University Physicians and Surgeons, Inc.; and Marshall … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Dunbar resident is suing Family Dollar after he was injured at its store in the Dunbar Shopping Plaza. Zamias Services Inc. was also named as a defendant in the suit. On Sept. 20, 2008, Jackie L. Goff … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Putnam County woman is suing Smith Company Motor Cars after she claims the company fraudulently misrepresented a vehicle she purchased in 2008. Jeremy Nelson, a supervisory employee of Smith Company Motor Cars, was also named in the … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Chapmanville couple is suing General Motors Company and Thornhill Superstore after they claim the vehicle they purchased was defective. On Nov. 30, 2008, Justin and Chrissy Adkins purchased a 2008 Pontiac Torrent from Thornhill Superstore, according to … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County man is suing Dick’s Sporting Goods and Galyan’s Trading Company after he claims they engaged in deprivation of rights of their employees. Edward Stack, the president and CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods; Kathryn Sutter, Lynn … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A former employee is suing Steel of West Virginia after he claims his employment was terminated because of his age. Timothy R. Duke was also named as a defendant in the suit. David F. McMellon was employed by … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A man is suing the Executive Board of Teamsters Local Union No. 505 for failure to find jobs for its members. Dennis B. Morgan, the president of the Executive Board of Teamsters Local Union No. 505; John Newton, … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston man is suing Withrow Contractors and its owners after he claims they failed to uphold their contract. On March 30, Robert Brunner signed a contract with James Withrow and Charles Withrow for repair work to the … Read More
CHARLESTON — A West Virginia Supreme Court justice has refused to take himself out of a case involving the state’s cap on non-economic damages, even though he pledged during his election campaign that he would never vote to overturn the law imposing the cap.