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Daily Archives: March 31, 2011
CHARLESTON — State Attorney General Darrell McGraw has filed contempt proceedings against tax relief company JK Harris and its owner, John Harris, for continuing to violate a court order.
CHARLESTON – An online video produced by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office is drawing attention, but not necessarily from its target audience yet.
CHARLESTON — Senate Bill 307 – legislation to establish an intermediate court of appeals in West Virginia – passed overwhelmingly in the State Senate this past legislative session. Gov. Tomblin supported this effort and encouraged passage of the bill.
MORGANTOWN – A man is suing West Virginia University Hospitals Inc. and unknown employees after he discovered a foreign object was left inside him about a surgery. On Nov. 24, 2005, Daniel R. Adkins was involved in a car accident … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has let stand a lower court’s decision dismissing a former Tax Department official’s libel suit against a statewide news organization. The Court on Feb. 11 voted unanimously not to hear Lexie Redden’s appeal from … Read More
CHARLESTON – Aetna Life Insurance improperly denied disability benefits to former Bristol Myers Squibb manager Ricky Dickens without explaining why it disregarded a Social Security Administration decision in his favor, U. S. District Judge Thomas Johnston ruled on March 28.
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RIPLEY – Two Jackson County women allege their employer went too far in posting a co-worker’s comments about them on a company bulletin board.
CHARLESTON –- West Virginia State University has settled a personal injury lawsuit with a Nitro woman.
BERKELEY SPRINGS – The Country Inn at Berkeley Springs will pay $85,000 and furnish significant remedial relief to settle a federal sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit involving female employees. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged that 5042 Holdings Limited, … Read More