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Daily Archives: October 3, 2011
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jay Rockefeller and Joe Manchin will introduce West Virginia attorney Stephanie Thacker at a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals last week upheld a circuit court’s ruling in favor of a popular tire and auto parts chain. Read More
HUNTINGTON — A Putnam County couple is suing Marshall University Board of Governors after they were injured on their way to attend a class.
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HUNTINGTON — A woman is suing Champion Publishing after she was injured while on The Herald-Dispatch’s premises in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON — University Physicians & Surgeons is suing Perot Systems for failing to exercise the expertise it asserted it had. Perot Systems Revenue Cycle Solutions, Inc.; Advanced Receivables Strategy, Inc.; and Unknown Named Corporations or Persons 1 through 4 were … Read More
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled last week that a circuit court order awarding more than $400,000 to former Cabell County Jail employees be reversed. Read More
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Republican Party on Friday, anticipating future litigation, provided written notice to various state offices asking that all documents related to redistricting be preserved. Read More
WASHINGTON — A group of defense attorneys says a protective order entered by a West Virginia court will “seriously and unnecessarily” impede the ability of law enforcement and insurers to protect businesses and consumers from insurance fraud. DRI, the Voice … Read More