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Daily Archives: August 2, 2012
CHARLESTON – A federal judge has granted West Virginia Supreme Court candidate Allen Loughry’s motion to intervene in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state’s Public Campaign Financing Pilot Program. Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. -– The Environmental Protection Agency exceeded its authority by issuing a guidance document about Clean Water Act compliance, a federal judge has ruled.
CHARLESTON — Kay Casto & Chaney have announced that nine of its attorneys have been included in West Virginia Super Lawyers for 2012 published in July and four attorneys are listed as Rising Stars. The attorneys named Super Lawyers are … Read More
BUCKHANNON – Who becomes the next Upshur County sheriff will likely not be decided at the ballot box, but in a courtroom.
CHARLESTON – Eighteen months after it successfully nabbed a murder suspect, a police dragnet in Logan County has turned up a lawsuit.
BRIDGEPORT -– Attorneys from Steptoe & Johnson’s labor and employment group will brief employers operating in West Virginia on the crucial issues affecting their businesses at the upcoming Employment Essentials Seminar scheduled for two locations in southern West Virginia.
WHEELING — The West Virginia Association for Justice has consistently supported efforts to reform judicial election financing.
CHARLESTON — Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins has named two new members to the law firm’s management team.