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Monthly Archives: October 2010
West Virginia isn’t known for soybean farming. Until now, at least. Read More
WHEELING – Thirteen North Carolina men alleging legal malpractice against Provost Umphrey of Beaumont, Texas, want U.S. Magistrate Judge James Seibert to move their depositions from Wheeling to locations near their homes. Their lawyer, Donald Tennant Jr. of Wheeling, pleaded … Read More
POINT PLEASANT -– In two lawsuits pending in Mason Circuit Court, the plaintiffs and defendants are one in the same. John Hall Sr. filed separate suits for personal injury and wrongful death in Mason Circuit Court on behalf of his … Read More
CHARLESTON – Lawyers wrapping up a $50 million settlement of litigation against Dominion Resources over oil and gas royalties decided too late that they needed to hide the reasons why some lease holders didn’t participate.
Oct. 15 Tamara Johnson vs. David Stoner, individually and in his official capacity as a correctional officer of the Southern Regional Jail; C.O. Price, individually and in his official capacity as a correctional officer of the Southern Regional Jail; C.O. … Read More
Oct. 21 Benjamin and Judith Torman vs. Advantage Home & Environment Inspections Inc. PA-Jon D. Hoover; J-Spaulding * The Tormans, who live in Hurricane, had the defendant perform an inspection of the home they now live in on July 7, … Read More
Oct. 18 Dora Louise Spurlock and Melvin Spurlock vs. the Kroger Company PA- R.R. Fredeking II; J- F. Jane Hustead * On March 5, the Spurlocks pulled into the gas station at Kroger and up to a gas pump. Mrs. … Read More
Oct. 13 Huntington National Bank vs. West Run Student Housing Associates PA-David M. Thomas; J-NA * Huntington Bank agreed to make a construction loan of $39,975,000 to West Run Student Housing Associates. A deed of trust was issued to Huntington … Read More
Oct. 6 Susquehanna Bank vs. William J. Slonaker PA – Kathy Santa Barbara; J – Silver * The plaintiff claims Slonaker owes at least $100,196.60 plus interest after defaulting on the terms of an agreement from Feb. 9. 2007. Case … Read More
POINT PLEASANT -– A Jackson County woman is accusing the staff at a Mason County hospital in the negligent delivery of her baby. Katie Casto filed suit against Pleasant Valley Hospital in Mason Circuit Court on Sept. 24. In her … Read More
This McDonald’s restaurant on Ohio Avenue in Parkersburg is where Matthew Board alleges he found droplets of blood in his drive-thru order in 2008. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
PARKERSBURG -– A Parkersburg police officer is suing a McDonald’s restaurant for effectively turning his drive-thru order into a crime scene.
Water that accumulated at this building on Camden Avenue in Parkersburg is what Steven and Debra Momish say later flooded into their apartment across the street. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
PARKERSBURG – A Wood county couple allege a physician, the city of Parkersburg, the Wood County Commission and the state of West Virginia share responsibility for water damage their apartment sustained earlier this year.
CHARLESTON — The Business Court Committee established by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals met by conference call Oct. 28 and passed a resolution setting its mission, comprehensive plan and vision.
CHARLESTON – Plaintiff lawyers who couldn’t keep up with U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin in national litigation over heart medicine Digitek couldn’t convince him he made a mistake when he rejected a class action for economic losses.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha Circuit judge refused to allow a man being arraigned on a murder charge go vote.