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Monthly Archives: July 2012
CHARLESTON — The Brennan Center has gone to bat for a Republican state Supreme Court candidate in his legal battle over public financing.
CHARLESTON – A day after state Supreme Court candidate Allen Loughry sued the State Election Commission for not following through in providing his campaign public financing money, the panel held an emergency meeting.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Supreme Court candidate Allen Loughry this week filed a response to a federal lawsuit, filed earlier this month to block funding to his campaign. Read More
ELKINS – In a filing earlier this month, an insurer asked that a lawsuit filed against it for denying a West Virginia homeowner’s claim be transferred to federal court. Read More
CHARLESTON — A Lerona man is suing CSX Transportation after he was injured while performing his work duties.
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing Hughes Supply Co. after he claims his employment was wrongfully terminated while he was receiving workers’ compensation benefits.
HUNTINGTON — A man is suing Seventeenth Street Associates for failing to care for his family member while she was in its nursing home.
HUNTINGTON — A former employee is suing Tri-State Coating & Machine Co. after he claims it wrongfully terminated his employment without reason.
CHARLESTON — Four more Mountain State University students have filed lawsuits against the school after it failed to keep them informed when the nursing program lost its accreditation.
CHARLESTON — A former professor is suing Mountain State University after she claims she was fired for informing students about the school’s accreditation problems.
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing City Holding Company after she claims she was wrongfully discriminated against and fired from her job.
CHARLESTON -– Attorney General Darrell McGraw has announced that a Kanawha Circuit judge has ordered three payday lenders to appear in court to answer McGraw’s allegations of contempt.
VIENNA – An independent panel of scientists has now linked exposure to PFOA — a chemical used in making non-stick coatings — to thyroid disease and ulcerative colitis in humans. Read More
CLARKSBURG – One of the largest family-owned dairies in the United States is asking that a personal injury lawsuit filed against it now be moved to a federal court. Read More