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MARTINSBURG — Eastern Panhandle Circuit Judge Christopher Wilkes apparently is planning a run at the state Supreme Court in 2012 as well.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston law firm is asking the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to determine that a circuit court judge erred in granting summary judgment to a legal malpractice insurance company. Read More
CHARLESTON – James Higginbotham proved he didn’t steal old rails but he didn’t prove Norfolk Southern Railway controlled a Kanawha County prosecutor who indicted him, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided.
CHARLESTON – A Cabell County attorney has been suspended for a series of inappropriate telephone conversations he had with a former client’s wife. The state Supreme Court on Nov. 22 indefinitely suspended David D. Perry. The Court’s action came following … Read More
CHARLESTON – Two attorneys — one from Mason County and one from Wyoming County — recently charged with wire fraud have been disbarred. The state Supreme Court on Oct. 6 ordered the disbarment of Jeremy T. Vickers, and Christopher B. … Read More
CHARLESTON – As he did in his home state a year ago, an Ohio attorney has lost his license to practice law in West Virginia. The state Supreme Court on Nov. 22 annulled the license of James R. Henry. The … Read More
CHARLESTON – Parkersburg car dealer Kendall Richards can’t blame Monongahela Power for a fire that started six days after a dump truck driver accidentally pulled down power lines, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided. Four Justices on Nov. 28 affirmed … Read More
CHARLESTON — Lawyers at Charleston firm Spilman Thomas & Battle PLLC say a recent case involving their client, workers’ compensation insurer BrickStreet Mutual, holds “great importance” for all workers’ compensation insurance carriers operating in West Virginia. Read More
CHARLESTON – Mingo County’s longest running feud since Hatfield and McCoy must drag on, the Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
CHARLESTON – Seven years of searching for witnesses and evidence didn’t turn up enough of either to save a suit for medical monitoring of everyone who worked or played at Omar Elementary School in Chauncey since 1964. On Nov. 16, … Read More