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Daily Archives: October 27, 2010
ASHLAND, Ky. — Huddleston Bolen and the Ashland Area Alliance have announced that they are partnering to expand the popular Business4Breakfast business seminar series to Ashland beginning in November. The first seminar will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 … Read More
MORGANTOWN — One of the beauties of the American court system is transparency. The vast majority of court proceedings are open to the public; court documents are a matter of public record; jurors are free to talk about their deliberations after the verdict is issued.
CHARLESTON — Forrest Roles, a partner in Dinsmore & Shohl’s Charleston office, was recently recognized as the “Lawyer of the Year” for Natural Resources Law in Charleston by The Best Lawyers in America 2011.
NEW CUMBERLAND — The former public relations director of Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort is suing after she claims she was fired from her 12-year job as the face of the casino because of her gender. The general manager, Jack … Read More
CHARLESTON — The law firm of Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso has added three new associates.
CHARLESTON — Dinsmore & Shohl has announced that Jennifer Hicks, Katherine MacCorkle Mullins and Bethany Swaton have joined the firm as associates. Both Hicks and Mullins will practice out of the firm’s Charleston office while Swaton joins the firm’s Wheeling office.
CHARLESTON – Greenbrier Resort owner Jim Justice said the lawsuits filed against the resort by Aspen Corp. for failing to pay $1.275 million for landscaping work prior to the Greenbrier Classic golf tournament were about sub-par workmanship.
CLARKSBURG — Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to welcome five new attorneys concentrating their practices in the areas of litigation, labor and employment, business, energy and environmental law.
CINCINNATI -– Dinsmore & Shohl has been named a Top 500 Go-To Law Firm for 2011 in four different areas based on Corporate Counsel surveys of general counsel at the nation’s leading companies. In a survey of the top 500 … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The 17th edition of The Best Lawyers in America, a peer-review publication in the legal profession (“Best Lawyers”), has named nine Jackson Kelly lawyers as Best Lawyers’ 2011 Lawyers of the Year. Notably, only a single lawyer in … Read More