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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Sept. 19 Ashley R. and Scott L. Edmonds vs. Pleasant Valley Apartments Ltd., Colonial American Development Corp. and George J. Kontogiannis PA – James Casey; J – Nibert * The plaintiffs, residents of Point Pleasant, are suing the defendants, a … Read More
Sept. 28 George & Nioka S. Vance vs. Southern Appalachian Coal Co., Independence Coal Co., Inc.; Spartan Mining Co., and John Doe entities PA- Timothy C. Bailey, J. Ryan Stewart; J- William S. Thompson * Workplace injury suit says Vance … Read More
Sept. 22 Joseph H. Morgan vs. BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP PA- Bren J. Pomponio; J- Hummel * Morgan says defendant misrepresented the amount plaintiff owed on his mortgage. His payments were returned and repeatedly contacted him after he was … Read More
Sept. 28 Yoder Barns & Storage vs. American Amish Co. PA – Christopher Moore; J – Wilkes * The plaintiff claims the defendant owes at least $51,923.37 plus interest after breaching a contract from Sept. 29, 2009. Case number: 11-C-814 … Read More
MORGANTOWN – Jackson Kelly attorney Taunja Willis-Miller received the award for Leadership in Rural Health from the Center for Rural Health Development, Inc. at a luncheon Oct. 27 during the 19th Annual Rural Health Conference.
CHARLESTON – Kanawha Circuit Court has entered an order preventing three Cavalry Company debt-buying businesses from collecting debts in West Virginia without a license.
WASHINGTON — “Reducing physician liability for negligent care by capping court awards, all else equal, will reduce the resources allocated to medical professional liability underwriting and oversight and make many patients worse off. Legislators who see mandatory liability caps as a cost-containment tool should look elsewhere.”
WASHINGTON — West Virginia’s failure to fully fund a public financing program for the state Supreme Court of Appeals election next year was a setback in the effort to reduce the influence of special interests in state court elections, according to a national report released Thursday.
CHARLESTON – Two out-of-state attorneys have decided to shutter their practices in West Virginia. The state Supreme Court on Oct. 21 accepted the voluntary resignation of Amy Beth Maloy and Robert B. Manetta from the state Bar. In their separate … Read More
CHARLESTON -– Chief Justice Margaret L. Workman says she plans to create a committee of judges, lawyers and others to study the issue of whether West Virginia should adopt guidelines for the award of spousal support similar to the guidelines for child support.
MARTINSBURG -– Justice Robin Jean Davis will swear in a sex offender intensive supervision officer (SOISO) in Martinsburg at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the courtroom of Circuit Judge Christopher C. Wilkes in the Berkeley County Judicial Center.
BURLINGTON, Vt. — Attorney Scott S. Segal of Charleston, W.Va., has been appointed secretary of the Board of Directors of the University of Vermont Foundation.
MARTINSBURG – A Martinsburg lawyer was arraigned Oct. 19 on six counts based on allegations that he held about 40 people at gunpoint.
CHARLESTON — During the month of November, “The Law Works” will discuss the aspects of practicing law in a rural community, how prosecutors select cases, and what happens to “abandoned” property.
MARTINSBURG – The state Supreme Court’s recent decision in a Jefferson County deputy sheriff’s termination may have an immediate implication for yet another similar case pending in the lower courts, this time in neighboring Berkeley County. The Court on Sept. … Read More