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Monthly Archives: April 2012
CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman wants a circuit judge to order a family court judge to stop his dawdling, and correct an erroneous order he signed a year ago. Kanawha Family Law Judge Robert Montgomery is named as a respondent … Read More
MORGANTOWN -– A $1 million gift from Mr. James “Buck” and Hallie Harless of Gilbert has been donated to West Virginia University’s College of Law in honor of Dean Emeritus John W. Fisher II.
CHARLESTON — Huddleston Bolen has launched a new blog titled The Energy Connection. The blog provides current news, analysis, and information to construction, transportation, environmental, and other companies that serve the region’s energy sector. It is provided free to clients … Read More
CHARLESTON — The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle (“Spilman”) was recently named to The National Law Journal’s 2012 Midsize Hot List. NLJ used three key criteria in selecting 20 law firms for this year’s list: ability to spot emerging … Read More
BRIDGEPORT -– Steptoe & Johnson has been awarded the Kaufman Pro Bono Award for the fifth consecutive year. The award was presented by members of the West Virginia State Bar during its annual meeting. The Kaufman award recognizes a law … Read More
NASHVILLE — Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough is entering the Tennessee legal market with the opening of a Nashville office. Five recognized and experienced Tennessee attorneys with national practices in business, technology, real estate, corporate, and securities work will join … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Fayette County man and his wife are suing Montgomery General Hospital for failing to treat him when he was having a stroke. Dr. Dilipkumar Parsotambhai Ghodasara was also named as a defendant in the suit. On Sept. … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A woman is suing Canyon Sufar Partners after she claims they were negligent in caring for her family member. SVCare Holdings, LLC; Sava Senior Care, LLC; SSC Equity Holdings, LLC; SMV Management Company, LLC; SMV Huntington, LLC; Seventeenth … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston man is suing Bon-Ton Department Stores after a clock fell on his head. On April 10, 2010, Hassan M. Ghannam was at Elder-Beerman in Charleston when a clock on a shelf fell and struck him on … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston woman is suing 24 companies she claims are responsible for her husband’s mesothelioma and death. Theodore Ray Hudson was diagnosed with mesothelioma with metastases in August 2008, from which he died on June 14, 2010, according … Read More
U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin poses with the 40 high school juniors who were given Ambassador for Justice Awards on April 23. (Courtesy photo)
CHARLESTON — On April 23, U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin honored 40 high school juniors with the U.S. Attorney’s Ambassador for Justice Award during a ceremony at the Robert C. Byrd U.S. Federal Courthouse.
CHARLESTON — Yellowbook Sales & Distribution Co., Inc., is suing the Lord Law Firm after it claims the law firm failed to pay more than $20,000 for advertisements.
MORGANTOWN — West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw is like a cat on Election Day. This Democrat always seems to land on his feet, even when his critics and opponents believe he’s done for.
CHARLESTON — A Beaver resident is suing the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources after she claims they allowed a sexual predator into the foster home her children were in. Pressley Ridge was also named as a defendant … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing Genesis Healthcare after she claims it negligently cared for her family member. Genesis Healthcare, LLC; Joseph Triana; John Does 1 through 10; and Unidentified Entities 1 through 10 (as to Cedar Ridge Center) were … Read More