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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Jan. 18 Walter Earl Smith and Kimberly Nichols Smith vs. Timothy Campbell PA- David P. Moye; J- David M. Pancake * The Smiths claim Campbell told them about a 2007 Cadillac Escalade that he could reserve in his name and … Read More
Jan. 14 John Trump vs. WVU Hospitals and WVU Board of Governors PA-Roger D. Williams; J-NA * In October 2010, Trump received notification that he was being terminated from his job at WVU Hospitals. He filed a level 1 grievance … Read More
Jan. 7 John Davis, Sheila Davis, et al. vs. Louis Johnson, Fred E. Asbury and Pam Asbury PA- Ronald W. Zavolta; J- Hummel * Defendants Fred and Pam Asbury’s insurance carrier, GEICO, has denied coverage on plaintiffs’ claims. They allege … Read More
Jan. 10 The City of Point Pleasant vs. The Franklin Revocable Trust, and Carol J. Franklin, individually and as trustee of the Franklin Revocable Trust PA – Ronald F. Stein Jr.; J – Nibert * The plaintiff is asking the … Read More
CHARLESTON –- In the course of a just over a week, a Jackson County attorney was disbarred and sentenced for her conviction last year on meth-related charges. The state Supreme Court on Jan. 13 ordered the disbarment of Ravenswood attorney … Read More
CHARLESTON – Nearly a year after his conviction on tax evasion charges, the state Supreme Court has disbarred a Wood County attorney. The Court on Jan. 13 ordered the annulment of Richard A. Hayhurst’s license. The Court’s action was in … Read More
CHARLESTON – Tax preparer Jackson Hewitt couldn’t convince the Supreme Court of Appeals to review a decision defining it as a credit broker for purposes of a class action.
WHEELING -– A Texas law firm and other lawyers defending a legal malpractice suit reached agreement with 15 former clients to break the case into 15 individual cases, but a federal disagreed. On Jan. 24, U.S. District Judge Frederick Stamp … Read More
CHARLESTON — On Jan. 25, 16 lawyers were admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during a ceremony before the Supreme Court of Appeals. These individuals were admitted after successfully completing the bar examination or by reciprocity. … Read More
CHARLESTON — On Nov. 23, 15 lawyers were admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during a ceremony before the Supreme Court of Appeals. These individuals were admitted after successfully completing the bar examination or by reciprocity. … Read More
WASHINGTON — In his State of the Union speech, President Obama indicated his support for some type of federal law limiting lawsuits for medical malpractice.
CHARLESTON — Everyone will remember 2010 for being an eventful political year in West Virginia. Senator Byrd’s passing leaving major succession questions for both the U.S. Senate seat and ultimately for Governor.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce has joined the chorus of officials and groups that endorse a primary election for governor this spring.
CHARLESTON – Attorney General Darrell McGraw has filed a suit against DirectBuy over its high-pressure sales practices.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Attorney General’s Office is asking the state Legislature to give it the authority to bring legal action against those committing crimes in cyberspace. Office Comptroller Joe Clay, in a Jan. 20 presentation to the House … Read More