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Daily Archives: July 27, 2012
When Democrats promoted — and Republicans protested — Gov. Joe Manchin’s pilot program for public financing of the two state Supreme Court seats now being contested, neither side expected a Republican candidate to benefit.
CLARKSBURG – Quicken Loans Inc., the nation’s largest online home lender, has asked that a potential class action lawsuit filed against it in a state circuit court be moved to federal court. Read More
CHARLESTON -– The state Supreme Court has approved a three-year pilot program to help attorneys who have addictions, or physical or mental health conditions that affect their ability to practice law.
CHARLESTON – In addition to nearly 20 ethics complaints, a St. Albans attorney is contending with two cases from former clients seeking recovery of retainers they say he failed to earn.
CHARLESTON – Records show Charles L. “Dusty” Phalen Jr.’s mountain of ethics complaints is second only to his mountain of unpaid taxes.
July 6 James E. Layne vs. CSX Transportation, Inc. PA- William M. Tiano, Paul G. Moody; J- Carrie Webster * Layne was employed by CSX as a signalman. On Nov. 29, 2010, during the course of his employment, Layne fell … Read More
July 24 Franklin and Catherine May, Co administrators of the estate of Michael Todd May vs. Jerod Green, Bugsy’s Beer Garden and Ruby Tuesdays PA-James A. Varner; J-NA * Franklin and Catherine May are seeking judgment against Jerod Green, Bugsy’s … Read More
July 18 Charles Chapman, Power of Attorney for Anna Ruth Clagg vs. Seventeenth Street Associates, LLC d/b/a Huntington Health and Rehabilitation Center PA- Andrew L. Paternostro, Jeff D. Stewart; J- David M. Pancake * Clagg suffered from skin tears, bruising, … Read More
June 21 City National Bank of West Virginia vs. George Stephanian PA-Christopher R. Moore; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims that defendant owes at least $115,215.61 for past due credit agreement. Case number: 12-C-241 June 26 WVA 340 LLC vs. Just … Read More