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Monthly Archives: June 2011
WHEELING – A $13.1 verdict has been reached in a lawsuit involving the 2008 death of a 16-year-old Shadyside High School student. On July 28, 2008, a motorcycle being driven by Lauren Decker, 21 at the time of the accident, … Read More
CHARLESTON — By now, readers of The West Virginia Record likely are numb to personal injury spokesman Michael Romano’s outrageous hyperbole. However, his continued misstatements call for a correction. Read More
CHARLESTON — A trial lawyers group says it commends the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals for its recent decision in a set of cases stating that arbitration agreements in nursing home contracts were “unconscionable and unenforceable.”
CHARLESTON — Super Lawyers magazine has honored Steven B. Wiley as a 2011 West Virginia Rising Star in the area of general litigation. Super Lawyers is a nationwide independent lawyer rating service.
HUNTINGTON — Four partners at Farrell, White & Legg PLLC have been selected as West Virginia Super Lawyers. Michael J. Farrell, Joseph M. Farrell Jr., Tamela J. White and Erik W. Legg were named West Virginia Super Lawyers in the … Read More
CHARLESTON — Recently I had the privilege of awarding the Governor’s Commendation for International Market Entry to 49 West Virginia companies.
MORGANTOWN – Northeast Natural Energy is suing the city of Morgantown after it claims it is unlawfully attempting to ban lawful activity outside of its border. The city of Morgantown is “impermissibly reaching out beyond its borders to regulate oil … Read More
CHARLESTON — Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso is pleased to announce that nine of the firm’s lawyers are included in the 2011 class of West Virginia Super Lawyers, with three lawyers included as West Virginia “Rising Stars.”
CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly PLLC has been awarded “Gold Standard Certification” by the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF), a designation for law firms that have integrated women in top leadership positions.
PARKERSBURG – As her reward for being a good neighbor in returning stolen money to its rightful owner, a Wirt County woman alleges she was paid a late-night visit by police and hauled off to jail. The West Virginia State … Read More
WHEELING – Two Ohio County men are challenging what they claim is a campaign of harassment by Wheeling police against citizens lawfully carrying firearms in the Friendly City. The city of Wheeling, its police chief and three of its officers … Read More
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – The nation’s state attorneys general are claiming the federal Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has been attempting to preempt state consumer protection laws for a decade.
CHARLESTON – Attorney General Darrell McGraw is running for a sixth term.
HUNTINGTON – A Kanawha County judge has put Huntington’s occupation tax on hold instead of letting it go into effect as planned on July 1. The five suits involved were filed June 22 in Kanawha Circuit Court by the Cabell … Read More
WINFIELD – Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC, is suing two Putnam County residents after it claims they have denied access to a leaking pipeline. Chesapeake Appalachia has the right to lay, maintain, operate and remove a pipeline for the transportation of gas … Read More