HUNTINGTON – The law firm of Jenkins Fenstermaker hosted its Annual Client Appreciation Tailgate Party on Sept. 13 prior to Marshall University's football game against the University of Memphis.
Ireland CHARLESTON -- Secretary of State Betty Ireland is the featured speaker for the October Business for Breakfast.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County man has filed a suit against a crane and equipment rental company after he was crushed during a load-bearing test on a piece of equipment.
Bentz CHARLESTON -- Ten lawyers from Dinsmore & Shohl's Charleston office recently were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2009 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
CHARLESTON - A Putnam County man has filed an asbestos suit against 53 companies, claiming he developed mesothelioma after being exposed to the deadly fibers brought home on his father's work clothes, and also on his own jobsite.
WINFIELD -- After being hit by a car, a Putnam County man claims a Hurricane police officer attacked him as he was being treated by paramedics.
WHEELING -- A Bayer employee and his wife have filed suit against the company and five of its supervisors, alleging he became severely depressed after he was exposed to a dangerous chemical while he was working.
CHARLESTON - A coal company has filed a federal complaint against three non-profit organizations, asking the court to rule on the validity of a permit it has been issued that would allow it to operate a surface mine.
Two West Virginia families have filed federal suits against the makers of a popular drug, claiming the medicine caused birth defects in their children.
Nolan POINT PLEASANT – An Ohio woman alleges that a Mason County physician's failure to properly sterilize her resulted in not only an unwanted, but also life-threatening pregnancy.
Griffith CLARKSBURG -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to welcome Philip Griffith as a new associate in the firm's Clarksburg office.
CHARLESTON -- The following lawyers were admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during a ceremony before the Supreme Court of Appeals on Sept. 24.
Jones CHARLESTON - A local dry cleaning company has denied it lost clothes belonging to a local attorney, according to the response filed in Kanawha Circuit Court.
MARTIINSBURG - A Pennsylvania family has filed a suit against a Falling Waters man, alleging one of their family members was killed after he fell off a roof.
CHARLESTON - A Fayette County woman has filed a suit against the owners of property where she says she was injured after falling down unlit stairs.
Davis CHARLESTON – Davis Memorial Hospital of Elkins tried to dodge an $800,000 tax through a word trick that would have turned it from a big non-profit into a little charity, but the state Supreme Court rejected the trick and enforced the tax.
CHARLESTON - A Huntington company has filed a federal suit against a Maine corporation, alleging it lost hundreds of thousands of dollars after the Maine company, which it claims never existed, failed to stick to its end of an agreement.
White CHARLESTON -- Attorney General Darrell McGraw has given us 16 years of unparalleled public service protecting the citizens of West Virginia by providing consumer education and when necessary, fighting the unscrupulous businesses that attempt to prey on senior citizens, consumers and other businesses in the state.