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Monthly Archives: February 2011
CHARLESTON – A bill that would give judges in the state a pay raise is moving along in the state Legislature, but not without controversy and questions.
CHARLESTON — Two Marmet couples are suing Mike Enyart & Sons and Miss Utility of West Virginia after they claim they suffered property damages. In March 2010, Enyart & Sons was engaged in busting and removing asphalt on the roadway … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A Burke, Va., woman is suing St. Mary’s Medical Center after she claims it is responsible for her father’s death. On Dec. 14, 2008, Elmer A. Pritchett was taken to Jackson General Hospital’s emergency room with complaints of … Read More
CHARLESTON — MH Equipment – Ohio LLC is suing Burdette Excavating LLC after it claims it breached its leasing agreement. David Burdette, a member of Burdette Excavating LLC, was also named in the suit. MH Equipment – Ohio and the … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston couple is suing Toyota after they claim the vehicle they purchased was defective. Ferrell Automotive Group was also named as a defendant in the suit. On March 30, 2009, William Davis and Glenna Davis purchased a … Read More
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing Dismas Charities after he claims his employment was wrongfully terminated. Wendi Easton, a supervisor at Dismas Charities, was also named as a defendant in the suit. Heath A. Cline was employed by Dismas … Read More
CHARLESTON — A federal judge has extended a temporary restraining order against Bayer CropScience until March 28.
Emily M. Renzelli, a student at the University of Virginia School of Law, spoke during AIDE’s winter conference at Marshall University. She previously went to WVU and is from Bridgeport. (Photo by Kyla Asbury)
HUNTINGTON – The Appalachian Institute for Digital Evidence held its winter conference Feb. 17-18 at the Marshall University Forensics Center.
WASHINGTON — “I think it’s a violation of the 10th Amendment, and I don’t believe the Federal Government has any more authority to regulate health care under the Commerce Clause than it does to regulate liability caps in states under the Commerce Clause.”
CHARLESTON – In the aftermath of the announcement that more than 3,600 Charleston Area Medical Center patients have had their personal information made public because of an Internet security breach, the Attorney General’s Office had said it had head of … Read More
CHARLESTON – Owners of Fountain Place Cinema in Logan deserve $393,176 in tax credits over 10 years, the Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
MADISON — Controversy over real estate title examination and bank loans swirled over the Lincoln-Boone county line, and Attorney Bobby R. Hale has taken the matter to court. Hale, who works at Cook & Cook in Madison, focuses his practice … Read More
MADISON — A couple seeks damages for the man’s mining injuries working underground near the Black King North Portal of Elk Run Coal Co. Jason and Hollie Spicer seek jury awards that include $50,000 and $100,000. The defendants accused of … Read More
WINFIELD – A Putnam County man is suing Nationstar Mortgage after he claims it unlawfully charged him law payment fees that exceeded the maximum amount set forth in his loan agreement. In December 2003, David J. Triplett obtained a mortgage … Read More