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Daily Archives: June 28, 2012
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court candidate Allen Loughry says Secretary of State Natalie Tennant is crippling his campaign with rulings on the public financing pilot project for Court candidates.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw continues to rebuke challenger Patrick Morrisey’s request to debate.
CHARLESTON — Imagine you had the ability to market yourself, your practice and your expertise at any hour of the day. Imagine that even as you’re tied up handling an important matter for a client, there are countless potential clients who are thoroughly examining your capabilities. Imagine being able to showcase your strengths, knowledge and acumen to clients while you’re not even in the office.
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CHARLESTON – West Virginia’s high court ruled last week that a construction workers union has standing to challenge a highway construction contract. Read More
CHARLESTON -– Dinsmore is pleased to announce that Mary Catherine Funk has joined the firm as an associate in the Litigation Department. She will practice in the firm’s Charleston office.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority is moving state-sentenced female inmates to Tygart Valley Regional Jail as part of an effort to avoid frivolous lawsuits.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled last week that a primary life insurance beneficiary may assert a statutory bad faith action after the death of the insured. Read More
HUNTINGTON — On June 1, Legal Assistants/Paralegals of Southern West Virginia (LAPSWV) held its 8th Annual Seminar and Meeting at the Pullman Plaza Hotel in Huntington. During its annual meeting, the following officers were elected to the LAPSWV Executive Committee: … Read More
HUNTINGTON – Jenkins Fenstermaker, a Huntington-based law firm, has announced that Barry M. Taylor has been selected by his peers as a 2012 West Virginia Super Lawyer in medical malpractice and personal injury defense.
CHARLESTON -— The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that Charles L. Woody recently was named a Fellow of The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
CHARLESTON — The Tinney Law Firm is pleased to announce that John Tinney once again has been named to the West Virginia Super Lawyers list for 2012.
CHARLESTON – A Morgantown attorney accused of shooting, and wounding a homeless man at his camp in Clay County will, for now, be allowed to continue practicing law.
WINFIELD – In addition to screaming at Pastor Art Hage, Putnam Family Law Judge William M. “Chip” Watkins III will have to answer why he ordered one of the minister’s parishioners out of the courthouse.
WINFIELD – On the heels of allegations he behaved badly in a Hurricane minister’s divorce, Putnam Circuit Judge William M. “Chip” Watkins III is accused of failing to correct his “inaccurate and inappropriate rulings” in one involving a Red House man from two years ago.