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CHARLESTON – Larry V. Faircloth, an Inwood land developer who recently announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives, has lost his appeal of a Public Service Commission order that granted him the relief he sought, but did not … Read More
Dec. 21 Natoma Baker, Cora May, Alisa Briles and Traci Hess vs. Riverbend Membership Corporation PA-Gregory A. Bailey; J-Christopher Wilkes *Plaintiffs claim discriminatory conduct in violation of West Virginia Human Rights Act. They allege election of Hank Henson to Board … Read More
Nov. 29 Michael Wallace, father and next friend of S.W., a minor vs. Jodi Ann Dokes PA-Lawrence M. Schultz; J-Christopher Wilkes *Plaintiff says on Feb. 10, 2008, his minor son was walking on LaBonte Drive when the defendant’s vehicle struck … Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce is holding a symposium to highlight the state’s new business court. The court, which opened in October, is designed to streamline company-against-company litigation. It is headquartered in the Berkeley County Judicial Center … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Martinsburg police officer won his motion for summary judgment in the excessive force lawsuit filed against him in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia. Judge Gina M. Groh dismissed Plaintiff William E. … Read More