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CHARLESTON — West Virginia would hold both its special primary and gubernatorial elections earlier under a bill passed by the House Judiciary Committee on Monday.
PENSACOLA, Fla. (Legal Newsline) – A federal judge in Florida has ruled that the mandate in President Barack Obama’s health care reform law that requires individuals to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional.
Brian R. Swiger, left, is Jackson Kelly’s new Assistant Managing Member. Michael D. Foster, right, remains the firm’s Managing Member (or CEO).
CHARLESTON -– The firm management at Jackson Kelly is shifting as Brian R. Swiger steps into the Assistant Managing Member position.
CHARLESTON — For the third year, the State Law Library, in cooperation with the Central West Virginia Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Coalition, is offering free income tax preparation for low- to middle-income tax payers earning $49,000 or less. Certified … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Logan County couple is suing American Suzuki Motor Corporation for a vehicle they claim is defective. On Nov. 7, 2009, Robert J. Brewer and Brenda Brewer purchased a 2008 Suzuki XL7 from the defendant for $16,998, according … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Barbour County woman is suing Subaru of America after she claims a vehicle she purchased was defective. On Dec. 14, 2009, Lisa Marie Francis-Haller purchased a new 2010 Subaru Forester from the defendant for $26,298, according to … Read More
CHARLESTON – An East Bank woman is suing the city and two police officers after she claims she was harassed because of her involvement with a community petition. In September 2008, Edna Hamm helped gather signatures in her community for … Read More
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Kroger after she claims she was injured when she slipped and fell in the freezer section of the South Charleston store. On Sept. 7, 2010, Heather Cunningham was near the freezer section when she … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County woman is suing Prestera Center for Mental Health Services after she claims they are responsible for her son’s death. On Jan. 22, 2009, Jason Scott Hensley died as a result of violent acts directed against … Read More
Investor’s Business Daily devoted a recent editorial to “Obama’s War on Coal.” Read More
CHARLESTON – The chairman of the West Virginia Republican Party thinks the state should join 27 others in suing the federal government over the health care overhaul that has been dubbed “Obamacare.”
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Senate Judiciary Chairman Corey Palumbo says rumors of a possible lawsuit over recent Senate rules changes continue to fill the halls of the Legislature.
CHARLESTON – For engaging in a repeated pattern of deception to his clients, his colleagues and himself, the state Supreme Court has disbarred a former Charleston attorney.
Jan. 18 Edna Hamm vs. Town of East Bank; Jess Inclenrock, individually and in his capacity as an employee of the Town of East Bank; and J.R. Carte, individually and in his capacity as an employee of the Town of … Read More