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CHARLESTON — Since I became governor, my top priority has been creating good-paying jobs for West Virginians.
CHARLESTON – House Majority Leader Brent Boggs said he hopes the Senate will move forward legislation to equalize the salaries for county magistrates.
PERSONNEL FILE: Gottlied contributes section on W.Va. leasing, exploration and production laws to oil and gas law book
CHARLESTON -– Richard Gottlieb, a natural gas attorney, has provided the West Virginia chapter for a new national book called “Oil & Gas Law,” which has been published by the American Association of Professional Landmen.
WHEELING -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that Phillip T. Glyptis, Of Counsel, has joined the firm’s Wheeling office.
CHARLESTON — Karen Stakem, former campaign Deputy Finance Director for U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, has joined Tish Chafin’s state Supreme Court campaign as Finance Director. “Tish Chafin is deeply committed to serving her community and her state. I have no … Read More
Former Mason County Sheriff David Anthony II, foreground, exits the courtroom after entering a plea agreement to four counts of a 42-count indictment returned against him in January. The pleas agreement called for Anthony both resigning as sheriff, and dropping his bid for re-election which negated a scheduled hearing next month by a three-judge panel to consider a petition filed by the county comission for his impechment, and removal from office. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
POINT PLEASANT – The law enforcement career of one West Virginia sheriff has come to end following his resignation from office, and entering pleas to charges he both endangered the life of his son and defrauded the county.
West Virginia University’s College of Law
MORGANTOWN -– West Virginia University’s College of Law has been named a “Go-To” law school by The National Law Journal.
CHARLESTON – A former Marine has been chosen by Attorney General Darrell McGraw to serve as the mortgage-foreclosure settlement liaison for the Project: Save Our Homes taskforce. Save Our Homes, which was established in February, is one of the Attorney … Read More
MARTINSBURG – An eastern Panhandle attorney accused of deliberating setting a fire at the law firm where she previously worked five years ago has entered into a tentative plea agreement in charges against her.
Adam LoCascio of Huntington was the winner of the annual George C. Baker Cup Moot Court Competition at West Virginia University’s College of Law. (Photo courtesy of WVU)
MORGANTOWN -– The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals judged Adam LoCascio to be the winner of Tuesday’s annual George C. Baker Cup Moot Court Competition at West Virginia University’s College of Law.
WILLIAMSON – Mingo Circuit Judge Michael Thornsbury granted CSX Transportation’s motion for summary judgment in a matter involving an employee’s alleged injuries.