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BECKLEY – A former Greenbrier County Sheriff’s deputy has agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging he improperly had sex with a woman when she has still a teenager. U.S. District Judge Irene C. Berger on May 2 entered an order … Read More
CHARLESTON – A former Greenbrier County home confinement officer is accused of getting too personal with an offender he was assigned to supervise. Richard Mines is named as a co-defendant in a seven-count civil rights suit filed April 29 by … Read More
LEWISBURG – Two officials in a Greenbrier County municipality are accusing the mayor of attempting to improperly sell town property. Patrick Roberts and the town of Renick are named as respondents in a writ of mandamus filed by Teresa Fields … Read More
CHARLESTON – A man who was fired as a result of the Greenbrier Hotel’s zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy has lost his appeal to the state Supreme Court. The court ruled unanimously on March 12 to affirm a Greenbrier County Circuit … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has sided with a former hotel employee in reversing the state Workers’ Compensation Board of Review’s order that had cut off her disability benefits prematurely. The 4-1 memorandum decision was issued March 6. Justice … Read More
CHARLESTON – The U.S. Government is being sued by a Williamsburg woman who claims she received grossly negligent medical care at Northern Greenbrier Health Clinic. Beginning June 17, 2010, Tessa Gabbert was a patient at Northern Greenbrier Health Clinic on … Read More
RICHMOND, Va. – A federal appeals court has affirmed U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin’s ruling in a case over the termination of an employee’s health insurance coverage. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled Dec. 28 that … Read More
RICHMOND, Va. – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has affirmed a West Virginia federal court’s summary judgment ruling in favor of the American Red Cross Greenbrier Valley Chapter in a case where a former employee made several Americans … Read More
LEWISBURG – George Golf Design, a golf course design company that sued the Greenbrier Resort in September, has filed an amended complaint, charging the resort owner with defamation. GGD and its president, Lester George, claimed the Greenbrier and Jim Justice … Read More
CHARLESTON – Greenbrier Resort owner Jim Justice said the lawsuits filed against the resort by Aspen Corp. for failing to pay $1.275 million for landscaping work prior to the Greenbrier Classic golf tournament were about sub-par workmanship.
LEWISBURG — A Raleigh County golf course construction company is suing The Greenbrier, claiming the resort failed to pay for work prior to the Greenbrier Classic golf tournament. In May, Aspen Corporation was approached by the Greenbrier and George Golf … Read More
Aug. 25 Bonnie Simmons vs. Douglas Walters and Doug’s Furniture PA – Kevin Hughart; J – Evans * The plaintiff is suing the defendants for failing to repay her a total of $218,000 of personal loans she gave them in … Read More
RICHMOND, Va. — U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Huennekens on Tuesday dismissed The Greenbrier’s bankruptcy filing. The resort’s new owner Jim Justice and chief financial officer Mike McGovern testified during the one-hour hearing before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the … Read More
LEWISBURG – A longtime Greenbrier Circuit Court judge has announced his retirement and will vacate his post at the end of October. Judge Frank Jolliffe, who spent 27 years on the bench, on Aug. 31 sent a letter of resignation … Read More
Former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw speaks at the annual Labor Day picnic in Racine in Boone County. McGraw says an April 2004 car accident in Greenbrier County is partly to blame for his loss in that year’s General Election to Brent Benjamin, according to lawsuit filed in April.
LEWISBURG – The truck driver sued earlier this year by former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw is on active duty with the U.S. Navy about to be deployed to Iraq.