MORGANTOWN -- Case No. 33524 of the January term of the West Virginia Supreme Court is hardly the stuff of headline news. It's essentially a contract dispute between two Harrison County residents and their real estate agent.
ST. ALBANS -- A St. Albans man is being counter-sued after failing to arbitrate with a local car company.
CHARLESTON -- Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that Debra A. Bowers has joined its Morgantown office as a member.
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Green MORGANTOWN -- Spilman Thomas & Battle recently announced that Nancy A. Green, a member of the firm, has relocated to the Morgantown office.
CHARLESTON – Energy companies have split in a struggle over regulation of West Virginia gas wells that some call deep and some call shallow.
CHARLESTON - A Raleigh County woman has filed a suit against a physician who treated her 4-year-old son, claiming the doctor failed to diagnose him properly, which ultimately caused his death.
CHARELSTON - A Putnam County man has filed a suit on behalf of his son, who died from head trauma after an ATV accident.
CHARLESTON - Two women and one minor have filed sexual harassment suits against a local restaurant and the manager, claiming he sexually harassed them at work.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman is suing a local drug store claiming she suffered nearly $20,000 in medical bills after she fell in the store.
Last week's announcement by Chesapeake Energy Corp. that it has stopped plans to build a new Eastern Division Headquarters facility in Charleston was a serious blow to the local, and state, economies.
CLARKSBURG -- A Harrison County couple is pursuing a lawsuit against Sirius Satellite Radio after 16 months of illegal telemarketing activity.
BECKLEY -- A Delaware corporation is seeking a removal to federal court following an workplace accident.
CHARLESTON -- It was a heady day last year when a major U.S. company broke ground in West Virginia's capital for a new regional headquarters, promising $35 million investment in the Mountain State and 2,500 new jobs.
KEARNEYSVILLE -- A Jefferson County business has filed a patent infringement and tortious interference with business lawsuit in federal court.
CHARLESTON – A children's advocacy group alleges that the state of West Virginia has engaged in unconstitutional and discriminatory funding of domestic violence programs and shelters, and has filed a lawsuit to stop it.
Pallay CLARKESBURG -- Michael B. Pallay, an associate in the Clarksburg office of Steptoe & Johnson, has been chosen to serve as Chairman of the Intellectual Property Committee of the West Virginia State Bar.
WINFIELD – A St. Albans-based company claims a former subcontractor violated agreements when he started a similar business.
CHARLESTON – Marion Circuit Judge Fred Fox correctly snatched ownership of Fairmont's Woodlawn Cemetery from a corporation and entrusted it to local citizens, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
CHARLESTON – As voters in over a dozen municipalities go to the polls Tuesday to cast a ballot for their respective mayors and council, the state Supreme Court will vote whether to accept or reject a petition challenging the results of one Putnam County municipal election held last year.