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Monthly Archives: May 2012
HUNTINGTON — A Huntington man is suing the West Virginia Department of Public Safety/State Police and the cities of Huntington and Barboursville, along with their police departments, after he claims he was assaulted by officers who used excessive force against … Read More
Stephanie Thacker was sworn in as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit earlier this week.
CHARLESTON – Stephanie Thacker was sworn in as the newest circuit judge for the Fourth Circuit of the United States on May 29. Read More
PITTSBURGH — The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle recently announced that two attorneys in its Pittsburgh office were recognized by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.
CHARLESTON — Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that member Debra Scudiere has been elected by the West Virginia State Bar’s Board of Governor’s as its representative to the American Bar Association.
CHARLESTON — A Princeton woman is suing Con-way Freight for the death of her 18-year-old nephew. Harvey Leist, an employee of Con-way Freight and Gregory W. Price were also named as defendants in the suit. On Nov. 17, 2011, Price … Read More
CHARLESTON — Fourteen people are suing 173 companies in eight separate complaints for asbestos exposure that caused various lung injuries. James W. Cronin and Margaret Ann Cronin; Paul E. Herstine; Joseph L. Kolakowski and Delores R. Kolakowski; Shirley I. Quinn … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston couple is suing Charleston Area Medical Center after injuries were sustained due to a defective parking gate. Central Parking System of Kentucky, LLC; Central Parking Corporation; and Amano USA Holdings, Inc., were also named as defendants … Read More
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – The AFL-CIO has put federal bureaus responsible for worker safety on alert regarding silica exposure at hydraulic fracturing sites.
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing Gabriel Brothers for injuries she sustained while on its premises. On May 8, 2010, Peggy Wills entered the defendant’s establishment to shop and was in the checkout aisle when she slipped on a liquid … Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals last week agreed to set aside the decision of the state’s Office of Tax Appeals against a packaged foods company over tax assessments. Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, in a ruling Thursday, sided with an automobile insurer in a lawsuit brought by a driver who argued that the damage to his car was the result of Halloween hijinks and … Read More
BLUEFIELD – An independent political action committee and a group of potential donors are suing West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant and the state’s prosecuting attorneys, arguing that some of the state’s election laws and policies violate their First Amendment rights. Read More
The dictionary defines the word nonpartisan as “objective, not taking sides,” but that’s not what most Democratic politicians mean when they use it.
CHARLESTON – Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey again is calling on state Attorney General McGraw to take part in some debates.
NEW MARTINSVILLE – A Wetzel County man is suing St. Joseph Catholic Church after he claims it has claimed an interest in his property without any rights to it. Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC; Chesapeake Operating, Inc.; Statoil USA Onshore Properties, Inc.; … Read More