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Monthly Archives: April 2011
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing Charleston Area Medical Center after she claims it is responsible for her family member’s death. On March 4, 2009, Margaret Hughes was a patient in the hospital when she fell from her bed and … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing HCR Manorcare after she claims her family member was neglected while he was a resident. Manor Care, Inc.; HCR Manor Care Services, Inc.; Health Care and Retirement Corporation of America, LLC; Heartland Employment Services, … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Parkersburg woman is suing PWP Industries after she claims she was injured while working. David Lewis and Jacob Holcolm, two supervisors for PWP Industries, were also named as defendants in the suit. On May 19, 2010, Grace … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Dunbar man and his wife are suing AT&T Corp. after he sustained injuries at its Charleston facility. AT&T Communications of West Virginia, Inc., was also named as a defendant in the suit. On Aug. 26, 2009, Ricky … Read More
CHARLESTON — An Institute man is suing Select Portfolio Servicing and the Bank of New York Mellon after he claims they participated in predatory lending practices. In 1994 Curtis Gene Davis purchased his home for $10,000, which was his first … Read More
WELCH – Six pharmacies have filed a legal complaint against CVS Caremark Corporation and four other companies.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia State Bar is pleased to announce new officers and members of The West Virginia State Bar Board of Governors for 2011-2012. New officers are Gary W. Nickerson — President, Bridgeport; James C. Wright – President-Elect, … Read More
MORGANTOWN -– Andrea Berg recently joined Jackson Kelly’s Morgantown office. She will practice in the litigation department. Berg received her Juris Doctor from West Virginia University College of Law in May 2009. Jackson Kelly is a national law firm representing … Read More
CHARLESTON – Citing his extensive leadership experience in labor and building associations and his involvement in government service, West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw has selected Gary O. Tillis of Eleanor to serve on the Citizens Advisory Committee. “It’s an … Read More
CHARLESTON — On April 26, 41 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
BRIDGEPORT — For the fourth year in a row, Steptoe & Johnson has been named the recipient of the “Law Firm Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Representation of West Virginians.”
CHARLESTON – The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has recently released proposed new rules to help physicians, hospitals and other healthcare providers better coordinate healthcare for Medicare patients through Accountable Care Organizations.
MOUNDSVILLE –- With jurors ready to examine a fatal fire in an emissions stack at an American Electric Power plant, defendants agreed to settle all claims for $27 million.
WASHINGTON — Last week’s announcement by Standard & Poor’s that it was cutting the outlook on our nation’s long-term rating from stable to negative for the first time in 70 years was a cold, hard reality check — we need to get our fiscal house in order sooner, rather than later, or suffer the consequences.