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Monthly Archives: February 2012
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, citing the health of the state’s Judicial Retirement System, is lowering its budget appropriation request by more than $2 million. Read More
HUNTINGTON — A South Point, Ohio, man is suing the Cabell County Commission after he claims a Cabell County Sheriff’s Deputy used excessive force on him. Anthony Cremeans, Matt Siebel, D. Enochs III and Tom McComas were also named as … Read More
CHARLESTON — The State of West Virginia Ethics Commission is suing the former Dunbar mayor for failure to pay more than $25,000 in ethics fines. On July 14, 2011, the Ethics Commission entered its final order imposing Roger Wolfe to … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman who was beaten and robbed in Charleston Town Center’s parking garage is suing the mall after she claims a security guard admitted to noticing two men loitering prior to the attack on her. Charleston Town Center … Read More
HUNTINGTON — Picasso Salon & Day Spa is suing a former employee for breaching her contract with the salon. On Dec. 30, 2009, Linsey Reynolds began her employment with Picasso Salon & Day Spa, according to a complaint filed Feb. … Read More
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing Comfort Inn after she claims it violated the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act. Hi-Lad, Inc. is doing business as Comfort Inn. Mary Louise Deemer was employed by Comfort Inn and was … Read More
WINFIELD – A “comprehensive” settlement agreement in a class action lawsuit filed against Monsanto and related companies over its old plant in Nitro was given preliminary approval on Friday by a West Virginia circuit court judge. Judge Derek Swope approved … Read More
It was right there in black and white. In contracts signed prior to admission, nursing home residents or their guardians agreed that any disputes arising from claims of negligence against nursing home staff would be subject to arbitration.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw on Friday told state homeowners to beware of companies claiming to be working with banks as part of the recent nationwide mortgage foreclosure settlement. Read More
CHARLESTON – A state Supreme Court law clerk says now is the time for him to make a run for his own seat on the bench.
CHARELSTON – A Charleston attorney potentially faces a long hiatus from the practice of law for his multiple arrests on drug charges. The state Supreme Court on Feb. 10 unanimously rejected a proposed recommendation by its Lawyer Disciplinary Board to … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Logan County attorney disbarred for his conviction in a vote-buying scheme to help his ex-wife win election to the House of Delegates is asking that he again be allowed to practice law.
CHARLESTON – In the midst of her ex-husband staging one on the legal front, Lidella Wilson Hrutkay is mounting a political comeback.
Feb. 9 Holly E. McComas vs. Gentiva Health Services, Inc.; Gentiva Certified Healthcare Corp.; Gentiva Health Services (USA), Inc.; and Elizabeth Chambers PA- C. Benjamin Salango; J- Charles E. King * McComas was employed by Gentiva. On Jan. 22, 2010, … Read More