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Daily Archives: July 20, 2012
If you live in West Virginia long enough, you will have noticed our native inclination to shoot the messenger.
CHARLESTON – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, in a letter to the secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, says he wants more information before deciding whether to expand Medicaid in the state. Read More
CHARLESTON – A St. Albans attorney and a Putnam County family law judge, who are already under investigation for unrelated acts of misconduct, are accused by a Dunbar woman of failing to take notice of and correct errors in her divorce.
CHARLESTON – A Fayette County attorney’s failure to comply with a directive she undergo a medical examination has resulted in her temporary suspension.
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliff’s Global Operations Center in Wheeling just celebrated its tenth anniversary.
WHEELING – Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe’s Global Operations Center, which is the first of its kind, recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.
July 3 Cynthia Marie Ellis vs. the City of Charleston and Steve Cooper PA- Edward ReBrook III; J- Paul Zakaib Jr. * On July 16, 2010, Ellis was operating her motor vehicle in a safe and lawful manner when Cooper … Read More
June 29 Thomas and Barbara Sutherland vs. AB Contracting LLC and Garry Callihan dba Callihan Heating and Plumbing Inc. PA-Josef A. Horter; J-Stowers * Plaintiffs allege the defendant companies are responsible for damages sustained July 2, 2010, when water began … Read More
July 6 Shailini Singh, M.D. vs. Marshall University and University Physicians & Surgeons, Inc. PA- William D. Levine; J- David M. Pancake * Singh was a professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology – Maternal Fetal Medicine at Marshall’s medical school and … Read More
June 25 Pearl M. Rodriguez vs. Kroger Limited Partnership I, a corporation PA- Rodney T. Berry; J- Hummel * On July 11, 2011, plaintiff was leaving Kroger when she was struck and injured by a shopping cart in the parking … Read More
May 7 George Toppings vs. Lulie E. Price, Cookie’s Bar PA- C. Joseph Stevens; J- Jay M. Hoke * Toppings seeks Declaratory Judgment settling possession of real estate in Duval District relative to a March 2005 land contract. Plaintiff says … Read More