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Daily Archives: September 20, 2012
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals candidate Tish Chafin says the state’s justices and judges should disclose any messages they receive from, or send to, individuals with cases before them. Read More
CHARLESTON — Jury trials in civil cases are becoming remnants of the past. For instance, only 1.8 percent of the civil cases filed in federal court result in a jury trial. I don’t have any statistics, but I would wager that fewer than 1 percent of the civil cases filed in West Virginia are tried before a jury.
Chief Justice Menis Ketchum
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, in a ruling last week, sided with popular fast food chain Wendy’s in denying a former employee’s request for workers’ compensation benefits. Read More
CLARKSBURG – A former Glenville State College student is alleging campus police failed to properly investigate her claim she was raped two years ago following an impromptu party in her dormitory.
WASHINGTON – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, in an amicus brief filed Wednesday, is lending his support to Mingo Logan Coal Co. in its ongoing legal battle against the federal Environmental Protection Agency. Read More
HAMLIN – Lois Adams says a pharmacist at Rite Aid’s Branchland location mixed up her medications, causing her serious personal injuries.
CHARLESTON — Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that 17 of its attorneys have been named to the 2013 edition of Best Lawyers in 26 categories, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw is warning travelers to be on guard due to a scam making an increased appearance in the hospitality industry.
WHEELING — Bordas and Bordas is proud to announce two of the firm’s partners have been named to the West Virginia Best Lawyers list as top attorneys in West Virginia for 2012.
BRIDGEPORT -– Eleven attorneys from Steptoe & Johnson have been honored as “Lawyers of the Year” 2013 by The Best Lawyers in America for their work in their areas of practice.
COLUMBUS, OHIO – Steptoe & Johnson will hold two “Banking in Utica and Marcellus Assets” seminars for bankers and other investors in Ohio and Pennsylvania looking to capitalize on Marcellus and Utica shale opportunities.
CHARLESTON — Jackson Kelly has been designated a “highly recommended” firm by Benchmark Litigation, a guide that highlights America’s leading business litigation firms and attorneys.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Allyson E. Shelby recently joined Jackson Kelly as an associate in the firm’s Evansville office and is practicing in litigation and labor and employment.