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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.
Q. When is a class action not a class action? A. When Darrell McGraw says it isn’t. Read More
CHARLESTON — “A penny saved is a penny earned.” With that, Benjamin Franklin added to a growing collection of wise words to share with a very young nation. These wise words still apply today.
CHARLESTON — The recently adjourned legislative session reinforces my belief that West Virginia is in dire need of true leadership.
CHARLESTON — The 2011 Legislative Session was not only a failure, but also damaging to the perception of West Virginia for those that might consider this as a possible destination to locate their business.
The initiation of a feasibility study for a business court and the establishment of an intermediate appellate court were two of the more attractive recommendations made by Gov. Joe Manchin’s Independent Commission on Judicial Reform. Read More
CHARLESTON — I am an eighth generation West Virginian who loves this state and wants nothing more than to make it better for future generations.
CHARLESTON — Time and again, I’ve said West Virginia is a great place to do business.
We knew our Legislature’s caps on medical malpractice awards were going to be challenged, and who the challengers would be: personal injury attorneys and their clients. Read More
CHARLESTON — George Santayana, the early-20th-century philosopher, famously observed, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” His profound remark might easily apply to West Virginia.
WASHINGTON — During the recent 100th anniversary of the birth of Ronald Reagan, we read many tributes to him and re-read many of his greatest speeches.