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Daily Archives: April 11, 2012
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw announced Wednesday that Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. and a St. Albans frame and body shop will stop their use of so-called “junkyard parts” in repairs of new vehicles. Read More
WINFIELD — A Winfield couple is suing Rover Construction for damage done to their home by the defendant’s construction work. Between September 2009 and Jan. 1, 2010, the defendant excavated large amounts of earth as part of its performance for … Read More
WINFIELD — A former employee is suing Trinity Coal Corporation for failing to pay his final employment wages within 72 hours of terminating his employment. Adam W. Tincher was employed by the defendant from October 2011 until Jan. 4, according … Read More
WINFIELD — A Milton man is suing Absten & Sons for injuries he sustained when attempting to leave his home at Hickory Way Apartments. Absten Enterprises, LLC was also named as a defendant in the suit. On July 28, 2011, … Read More
CHARLESTON — Most politicians love to hear themselves talk. But today in Fairmont, it appears there will be some political dialogue which could lead to actual progress for the state economy.
CHARLESTON – Patrick Morrisey, the Republican candidate for West Virginia attorney general, has raised nearly $68,000 more than his Democratic opponent and incumbent Darrell McGraw, according to a recent campaign finance report. Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has suspended Kanawha Magistrate Carol Fouty without pay and has directed the Judicial Disciplinary Counsel to file formal charges against her because of allegations that she dismissed causes in exchange for defendants doing favors for her.
CHARLESTON – The Jackson Kelly Education Elevators Program celebrated its fourth anniversary in March. It was the first anniversary since the passing of the program’s founder.
MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University and a Morgantown t-shirt company have agreed to settle the university’s case challenging the company’s use of certain trademarks.
MORGANTOWN -– West Virginia University’s College of Law will expand its curriculum of energy courses during the 2012-2013 academic year, adding six new energy law classes.
CHARLESTON — On March 27, one lawyer was admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during a ceremony before the Supreme Court of Appeals. Eugene L. Belenitsky of Martinsburg was admitted after successfully completing the bar examination.
CHARLESTON -– The West Virginia Farm Bureau recently announced its endorsement of Allen Loughry in the 2012 Republican Primary Election for Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals.
WASHINGTON — The law firm Jones Day has announced that Jeffrey J. Bresch has joined the Pittsburgh Office as a partner in the Business and Tort Litigation Practice.
WASHINGTON — A case can be made, upon reviewing the full sweep of President Barack Obama’s first term, that the Administration’s top priority has not been health care, the Iranian nuclear program or economic recovery. It has been, instead, the U.S. coal industry’s ruination. Read More
CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly attorney Ellen S. Cappellanti will be honored with the Justitia Officium Award during the West Virginia University College of Law graduation ceremony May 12.