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WINFIELD – The incumbent state treasurer has selected the county of his opponent in November’s election to file suit against nearly a dozen insurance companies for failing to turn over unclaimed proceeds to his office.
CLARKSBURG – Two Harrison County men have achieved a partial victory against two police officers they alleged attempted to frame them for raping one of the officer’s sister.
WHEELING – A commercial real estate company is alleging a northern panhandle economic development agency in failing to pay them for attracting tenants to a shopping mall it owns.
HUNTINGTON — Attorney John F. Cyrus of the Huntington law firm of Cyrus and Adkins has been selected as Best Lawyer of the Year 2013 for Mediation in the Charleston area.
CHARLESTON – Christopher J. Winton, managing member of the Charleston law firm, Ray, Winton & Kelley has been selected to be included in The Best Lawyers in America, 19th Edition, for the practice areas of Trusts and Estates.
HUNTINGTON -– Jenkins Fenstermaker is pleased to announce that nine of its 22 attorneys recently were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
CHARLESTON -– The law firm of Bailey & Wyant has announced the addition of Dan LeMasters and Betsy Stewart as their newest associates in their Charleston office.
CHARLESTON — The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that three of its attorneys were named “Lawyers of the Year” by Best Lawyers.
MORGANTOWN -— A panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit will hear oral arguments on Thursday, Oct. 4, in the Marlyn E. Lugar Courtroom at the West Virginia University College of Law.
CHARLESTON -– Richard L. Gottlieb, a member of the law firm Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins, has been named “Lawyer of the Year” for his oil and natural gas legal practice.
From left, Steptoe & Johnson’s Bridgeport office Managing Member Gary Nickerson poses with Tina Fowler of Hope, Inc. and Sylvia Hawkins of Big Brothers Big Sisters. (Courtesy photo)
BRIDGEPORT -– Steptoe & Johnson has donated more than 100 used mobile phones to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Central West Virginia and Hope, Inc., both United Way organizations. Read More
MADISON — Authorities failed to understand a “specific neurological” injury suffered by inmate Kedron Eugene Setser that allegedly led to his suicide.
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office has begun contacting more than 5,000 borrowers who lost their homes to foreclosure who might be eligible for payment under the $25 billion national mortgage foreclosure settlement.
MORGANTOWN — It’s a common practice for campaigns to send out trackers to follow their opponent’s every move. Trackers videotape candidates’ speeches and interaction with voters.