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Monthly Archives: March 2012
One thing you can say about State Attorney General Darrell McGraw: He’s persistent.
CHARLESTON – A Republican candidate for state Supreme Court says he’s open to reviewing the state Supreme Court’s recusal rules.
CHARLESTON – The state Bar has suspended 19 attorneys for failing to pay their annual dues. The Bar on Jan. 27 notified 14 in-state, and five out-of-state attorneys that their licenses were suspended effective Dec. 21 for failing to pay … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Summers County attorney is again alleging the state Attorney General’s Office used bait-and-switch tactics in offering her a job. Jenny A. Bonham on March 8 filed a breach of contract suit against Darrell V. McGraw Jr. in … Read More
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County attorney is alleging another attorney for whom she worked for three years stiffed her for nearly $50,000 resulting in her finding employment elsewhere.
March 9 Madeline Betty Hamilton vs. Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. PA- Philip J. Tissue; J- Jennifer Bailey * On Aug. 18, 2010, Hamilton was a patient of the defendant’s and while exiting a rear door of the hospital on her … Read More
March 19 Kenneth Dale Snyder vs. Absten & Sons, LLC and Absten Enterprises, LLC PA- David B. Richardson * On July 18, 2011, the defendants’ work crew commenced the replacement of the staircase that provided the only access to the … Read More
March 19 Barbara Mannon, as guardian of Starlett Thompson vs. Seventeenth Street Associates, LLC d/b/a Huntington Health and Rehabilitation Center PA- Andrew L. Paternostro, Sprague W. Hazard, Jeff D. Stewart; J- David M. Pancake * Thompson was a nursing home … Read More
March 26 Roy Castor Jr. vs. Morgantown Parking Authority PA-Kelly Reed; J-NA * Castor and his friend Donald Smith were parked in the University Avenue/Chestnut Street parking garage. They were at the gate attempting to leave the garage at about … Read More
March 5 Branch Banking & Trust Company vs. Barbara Laing PA-Christopher R. Moore; J-John Yoder * Plaintiff claims defendant owes at least $28,761.30 for past due credit agreement. Case number: 12-C-169 Summit Community Bank Inc. vs. C. Trent Passmore and … Read More
Feb. 10 Cabell Huntington Hospital, Inc. vs. Joshua D. Bell and Chessi Bell PA- Melissa Eakle Leasure; J- Hoke * Hospital asks judgment for outstanding balance of $12,874 for medical services rendered, plus court costs and post-judgment interest. West Hamlin … Read More
March 15 Katie Danner and Masie Danner, a minor child by Katie Danner, her mother vs. Raymond Burcker and John Does 1 to 99 PA: William V. DePaulo; J: David Sanders * Plaintiff claims on or about Feb. 23, 2012, … Read More
BRIDGEPORT -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that Frank R. Lambert has joined the firm as Director of Operations.
CHARLESTON – One state Supreme Court candidate’s plan to revise the rules for justice recusal already seems to have its critics on the Court.
BECKLEY – A federal judge this week denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit by former Massey Energy shareholders. Read More