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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Once upon a time there was a little girl who dreamed of growing up to be a judge. Her brain was chock-full of ideas for changes in the court system. She just knew that the “different” ideas she’d thought up all by herself would make things better.
BECKLEY – Three months after it was filed, a settlement has been reached in a Summers County man’s lawsuit alleging he was unlawfully detained, and subjected to racial taunts by a state trooper.
CHARLESTON – A federal judge has referred a lawsuit over municipal firearms ordinances in Charleston, Dunbar and South Charleston to a West Virginia court. Read More
CHARLESTON – A Braxton County attorney will remain a free man after admitting to embezzling nearly $75,000 from a trust account he was appointed to oversee.
HUNTINGTON -– Best Lawyers, a legal peer-review publication, has named Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough partner Melissa Foster Bird as the 2013 Best Lawyer of the Year in Charleston Railroad Law.
Sept. 13 Marilyn Harmon vs. George Skinner and Wal-mart Stores, Inc. PA- Lia DiTrapano Fairless, Elizabeth G. Kavitz, Rudolph L. DiTrapano; J- James C. Stucky * On Oct. 27, 2010, Harmon was at Wal-mart when she slipped on a clear … Read More
Sept. 20 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Nationwide Life Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due … Read More
Sept. 14 Jamie Farley and Rhonda Farley, individually and as administrators of the Estate of Ethan Farley vs. Cabell Huntington Hospital; Joseph Werthammer, M.D.; and Renee S. Domanico, M.D. PA- Katherine L. Dooley; J- David M. Pancake * Ethan Farley … Read More
Aug. 7 Graham Cochran vs. David Debord and the West Virginia State Police PA – Richard Dunbar; J – Reed * The plaintiff, a Parkersburg resident, is suing the defendants for injuries he received on Aug. 9, 2010 following a … Read More
Sept. 19 Charles D. Renton vs. West Virginia University College of Law and Joyce McConnell, Dean of the College of Law PA-Christopher M. Wilson; J-NA * In 2003, Renton completed his requirements for the Degree of Jurisprudence with a grade … Read More
Aug. 30 Viola C. Shea vs. Value City Inc. d/b/a Value City Furniture PA-Garry G. Geffert; J-Gray Silver, III * Plaintiff claims violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Plaintiff seeks up to $74,999. Case number: 12-C-684 … Read More
Aug. 29 Dora Roberts vs. Shawn Plants PA – Tanya Hunt; J – Nibert * The plaintiff, a resident of Logan County, is suing the defendant, for improperly collecting rent from a tenant she allowed to move into a trailer … Read More
Aug. 6 FIA Card Services, N.A. vs. James E. Drake PA- Edna Jenelle Coulter, Christopher A. Dawson, Steven B. Mulrooney; J- William S. Thompson * FIA sued Madison man for $33,349 on defaulted contract loan balance. Judge William S. Thompson … Read More
Aug. 28 Jennifer Schrembs vs. West Virginia University Hospitals East Inc., Charles Town General Hospital d/b/a Jefferson Memorial Hospital and Ronald Bruce Low, MD and Thanigasalam Arumuganthan PA-Christopher T. Nace; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff says that on Nov. 18, 2007, … Read More
CHARLESTON — Democratic state Supreme Court candidate Tish Chafin has unveiled her first television ad of the general election campaign.