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Daily Archives: August 23, 2012
CHARLESTON – A new survey shows that Americans believe lawsuit abuse is a problem that hurts the nation’s economy.
CHARLESTON — Have you ever wondered why Mountain State voters, seemingly, need much more consumer protection education right around election time?
Dear Editor: This week, the New Majority Fund PAC released the names of forty-two Democrats currently serving in the House of Delegates who are running for re-election who supported passage of West Virginia’s cap and trade bill (HB 103) in … Read More
Union members picket outside Constellium’s facility in Ravenswood. (Courtesy photo)
RIPLEY – Following alleged acts of violence and intimidation by striking workers, management at a Jackson County aluminum plant want restrictions placed on picketing until the dispute is settled.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. -– Steptoe & Johnson has announced that Philip D. Vasquez, BBA, JD, LLM, has become Of Counsel to the firm.
CHARLESTON — The law firm of Bailey & Wyant welcomes their newest associate, Kevin Davis, to their Charleston office.
CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly attorneys have been named to leadership positions in various industry groups over the last few weeks.
HUNTINGTON – A Milton couple is suing their neighbors after they claim the neighbors have continually trespassed onto their property.
MORGANTOWN — A Tunnelton woman is suing West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc. after she claims it is responsible for a skin breakdown her husband suffered while at the hospital.
CHARLESTON – A federal judge made no decisions at a hearing held this week in a lawsuit over the constitutionality of the state’s Public Campaign Financing Pilot Program. Read More
CHARLESTON – Critics of West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw say the state’s top lawyer should take heed, pointing to New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney’s own appearance before a legislative council this week. Read More