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Monthly Archives: May 2011
MORGANTOWN – A Morgantown physician is suing West Virginia University and the School of Medicine after he claims he was given a non-accredited residency position instead of an accredited one. West Virginia University School of Medicine, West Virginia University and … Read More
Tessa Cooper, left, victim specialist with the Charleston FBI Field Office, chats with Elena Campbell on April 8 prior to Campbell’s daughter Sonya Bailey being posthoumously awarded the Geneva Foster Award during Crime Victims’ Rights Week. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – The mother of a St. Albans woman whose case of domestic violence set a national precedent is now seeking to prohibit her former son-in-law from deriving any benefit from her daughter’s estate.
WINFIELD – A Kanawha County woman is suing Charleston Area Medical Center after she claims it is responsible for her brother’s death. CAMC Teays Valley Hospital, Dr. Gregory D. Kelly and Premier Health Care Services, Inc. were also named as … Read More
May 11 Phillip E. Ross vs. West Virginia-American Water Company d/b/a West Virginia American Water, a West Virginia corporation PA- Marvin W. Masters, Christopher L. Brinkley; J- Tod J. Kaufman * The Clendenin man claims a leak developed in a … Read More
April 28 Yellow Book Sales and Distribution Company LLC vs. Mitchell Klein and Klein & Hall LC PA-Daniel T. Booth; J-Spaulding * The plaintiff says the defendants agreed to advertise in the Greater Tri-State and Greater Charleston telephone directories. The … Read More
May 18 The Estate of Kimberly S. Tickle, by her personal representative/administratrix Donetta S. Craig and MacKenzie Tickle, by her father and next friend Mark Tickle vs. Phillip R. Spangler, M.D., and HHC River Park, Inc. d/b/a River Park Hospital … Read More
April 29 Nip ‘N Cue, Inc. and Mona’s Rendezvous LLC vs. the Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department PA – William O. Merriman; J – Reed * The plaintiffs are seeking an injunction against the defendant from enforcing a 2005 county ordinance … Read More
May 17 Dr. Syed K Fareed vs. West Virginia University School of Medicine, West Virginia University and Dr. Shelly Nuss PA-pro se; J-NA * Fareed claims that he was told if his wife agreed to join WVU Hospitals at a … Read More
April 14 Jonathan Jones, on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated vs. United Bank and United Bankshares Inc. PA – David Grubb; J – Evans * The plaintiff is suing the defendants, a West Virginia bank and its … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston woman is suing Food Masters Limited Liability Company, which is doing business as Mountaineer Pride Car Wash, after she received chemical burns and other injuries. On April 22, 2010, Peggy Lee Loudermilk took her vehicle to … Read More
CHARLESTON — A prominent public relations executive says her engagement ended when her former fiance committed domestic violence against her.
CHARLESTON — Groups of Massey Energy Co. shareholders, in an attempt to stop a reported $8.5 billion merger between the coal company and Alpha Natural Resources, are taking their fight to the West Virginia State Supreme Court of Appeals. The … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court’s regional law libraries are becoming the latest victims of technology.
WINFIELD – Three members of the FMC Sportsman’s Club are suing the club after they claim they were wrongfully expelled from the club. Hubert Strickland, Cameron Cline and Ernest Barger have vested interests in campsites or lots located on real … Read More
CHARLESTON — The Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia (DTCWV) recently held its 29th Annual Meeting at The Resort at Glade Springs in Daniels.