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Daily Archives: April 27, 2012
For some folks, being a judge is more demanding than it looks. You have to stay awake the whole time while court is in session, and you can’t let the plaintiff, the defendant or their attorneys catch you doing word … Read More
HARPERS FERRY – John Yoder knew he’d be on the campaign trail this spring, but he didn’t expect to be on the road to recovery as well.
CHARLESTON — With the primary election just a few weeks away, one political strategist says the state Supreme Court race is going to be fun to watch.
WINFIELD – A Putnam County woman alleges following the advice given by her cable company to disconnect her Internet service led to a trip to the hospital. Frontier Communications is named in a personal injury suit filed by Callie Mae … Read More
WINFIELD – For the third time in a year, a Putnam County attorney and his former law partners are accused of being asleep at the wheel in pursuing a medical malpractice case against Dr. John King. Frank M. Armada is … Read More
CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly attorney Taunja Willis-Miller was honored as a West Virginia State Bar Foundation Fellow during the 14th Annual Bar Foundation Fellows dinner April 26.
April 5 Sonny Owens vs. United Parcel Services (UPS); Unknown United Parcel Service Driver; West Virginia Division of Corrections; and William Fox, warden of St. Mary’s Correctional Center PA- pro se; J- Carrie Webster * On May 4, 2011, a … Read More
April 18 Jennifer S. Lane vs. C.H. Robinson Company, Inc. PA- Todd S. Bailess, Joy B. Mega; J- Phillip Stowers * Lane was employed by the defendant from August 2011 until Feb. 9. She claims the defendant failed to pay … Read More