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Daily Archives: October 7, 2010
CHARLESTON — The weather is turning colder, but the race for a Kanawha Circuit Court seat is heating up.
MORGANTOWN — The latest TV ad by the National Republican Senatorial Committee is the most direct indicator of Gov. Joe Manchin’s serious problem this election year.
WILLIAMSON -– The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Spike Maynard for Congress.
PARSONS — A Charleston attorney is suing two individuals and a real estate corporation after he claims they engaged in fraud.
CHARLESTON -– The 2010 Annual Law Enforcement and Victim Assistance Awards presentation and reception were presented Oct. 6 at the University of Charleston Rotunda. Each year, the U.S. Attorney’s Office seeks nominations acknowledging exemplary service of federal, state and local … Read More
CHARLESTON – Several judicial officers from Putnam and Kanawha counties will be guest lecturers at upcoming paralegal studies classes in Charleston. The classes will be at Kanawha Valley Community and Technical College, located at 106 Cole Complex, Institute. Twenty-Sixth Family … Read More
HUNTINGTON –- House Speaker Rick Thompson has been honored by the West Virginia Association of Realtors for his dedication to public service and the realtor community.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – H. Toney Stroud, Managing Member of the Columbus office of Steptoe & Johnson, has announced that attorneys from the law firm of Carpenter Lane, LLC have joined Steptoe & Johnson PLLC. Located in Columbus since 2007, the … Read More
CLARKSBURG -– Brian M. Jarvis recently re-joined Jackson Kelly as an associate where he will practice in the Business Law Department of the firm’s Clarksburg office.
CHARLESTON — The management team of the law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that Jennifer S. Greenlief joined the Charleston office as an associate in the Labor and Employment Practice Group.