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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 – Monongalia Circuit Judge Russell Clawges exceeded his authority when he ordered clerks of the Legislature to delete a letter about a pardon from their journals, the state Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
CHARLESTON — The state Supreme Court’s revised rules for appellate procedure are drawing mixed reviews from groups that follow the legal system.
HARPERS FERRY — If West Virginians want change this year, John Yoder says he can provide it.
CHARLESTON -– Probation officers from around West Virginia donated $3,000 in toys to Mountain Mission on Thursday. The toy donation is part of the officers’ annual training meeting, which this year is being held in Charleston. The toys were given … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The State Law Library will host the monthly meeting of Kanawha Valley Relatives as Parents (KV-RAP) at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, October 23. The group’s mission is to share experiences and raise awareness of the dynamics of raising children … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The West Virginia State Law Library will present a workshop on how to make a legal name change at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 23. Legal requirements for name changes due to marriage, adoption, and other situations will … Read More
CHARLESTON -– Robin Jean Davis said she will be on the ballot for the 2012 election.
CHARLESTON — After 40 years on the bench, longtime Marion Circuit Judge Fred L. Fox II is retiring. Fox, 72, submitted his letter of resignation on Oct. 13 to Gov. Joe Manchin. His resignation will become effective Nov. 30. Jennifer … Read More
CHARLESTON — The state Supreme Court’s Revised Rules of Appellate Procedure are ready and will go into effect Dec. 1.
CHARLESTON – Campaigning for a statewide election isn’t the same as it was 30 years ago. Just ask Thomas McHugh.
CHARLESTON – Justice Margaret Workman believes her colleagues should have let Fayette County jurors determine the statute of limitations in a wrongful death suit.
CHARLESTON — Various medical associations and insurer groups say they support the constitutionality of West Virginia’s non-economic damages cap in medical liability cases. The West Virginia State Medical Association, its component societies, the American Medical Association, the Physicians Insurers Association … Read More