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Monthly Archives: August 2012
July 27 John M. and Tonda Angiulli vs. Ray Anthony, LLC , a/k/a Ray Anthony International, LLC, and John Scarfo PA- Joseph H. Fox; J- Karl * Angiull was operating a truck owned by Nichols Construction on Aug. 11, 2010. … Read More
Aug. 23 Jaffe Dialysis, LLC vs. MDG-FRE II, MDG-FRE III, MDG-FRE IV, LP, Matin Concepts, Inc., L & R Developers, Inc., SASI, Inc., in its own right and d/b/a Rod Parson and Donnie Raines PA – Robert H. Sweeney, Jr. … Read More
CHARLESTON -– Dinsmore is pleased to announce that 20 of its West Virginia attorneys were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly is pleased to announce that 63 of the firm’s lawyers were recently named in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
CHARLESTON — With the sentencing of three elected officials from Lincoln County for election law violations, there is a question of “can anything really be done?”
CHARLESTON -– Jennifer L. Hughes has joined Jackson Kelly as an associate in the Environmental Practice Group of the firm’s Charleston office.
CHARLESTON -– The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that several of its attorneys were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2013 directory of leading attorneys.
HUNTINGTON — More than 70 percent of the partners in Huddleston Bolen were honored in the publication, The Best Lawyers in America 2013.
CHARLESTON -– The law firm Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins is pleased to announce that seven of its members have been named Best Lawyers in America for 2013 in 12 legal categories.
MORGANTOWN — Allan N. Karlin and Jane E. Peak have been selected among the Best Lawyers in America in the area of employment law.
CHARLESTON -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that Erin F. Anderson, a member of the firm, has been elected for the position of Recording Secretary of the National Association of Lease and Title Analysts (NALTA) Board of Directors.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s Darrell McGraw is one of 55 attorneys general involved in reaching an antitrust settlement with three of the largest book publishers in the United States.
CANTON, Ohio -– Sandra K. Zerrusen recently joined Jackson Kelly as counsel in the Industrial, Environmental and Complex Litigation Practice Group and is located in the firm’s newest office in Canton, Ohio. She has more than a decade of civil … Read More
CLARKSBURG – A former Fairmont State University student is alleging police turned what should’ve been a routine report of a fender-bender in a full-fledged search of his vehicle, all because he is black.