CHARLESTON – A man's estate is suing a local hospital and doctor over a lack of treatment it says resulted in the man's death.
CHARLESTON – Disgraced former Wyoming County Council on Aging Director Bob Graham said despite what a federal judge says, his job was not one of "public trust."
Manahan CHARLESTON – A local public relations executive is being sued by his business partner.
Shank MARTINSBURG -- Managing partner Thomas A. Heywood has announced that Julie R. Shank has joined the law firm of Bowles Rice McDavid Graff & Love LLP as an associate in the firm's Martinsburg office.
Welcome to my new column. The focus of this column will be to discuss financial and business concepts that may be of assistance to the readers of The West Virginia Record. However, I wanted to begin with some positive thoughts about our nation's economic future.
PHILADELPHIA -- A prominent national asbestos law Motley Rice law firm implores U.S. District Judge Eduardo Robreno not to turn asbestos litigation into an investigation of false X-ray reports.
Massie CHARLESTON - CSX Transportation wants a state judge to impose a 30-day deadline for a Pittsburgh law firm to separate baseless claims of asbestos exposure from legitimate claims.
Workman CHARLESTON –- The West Virginia Supreme Court has reversed a Brooke County judge's decision to give a man injured in a car wreck a new trial.
CHARLESTON – Two paving companies are suing a Kentucky-based construction firm over unpaid invoices for work the companies did on two state projects.
CHARLESTON – The family of a deceased Kanawha County woman is suing Montgomery General Hospital for allowing a physician to practice in its emergency unit when the physician was not qualified.
CHARLESTON – The husband of a woman who was killed in a car crash in Jefferson when a Logan County man hit her station wagon head-on is suing the man's estate and the owner of the car he allegedly stole.
Brewer CHARLESTON -– Spilman Thomas & Battle is pleased to announce that Lewis G. Brewer has joined the firm as Counsel.
By CARL L. ARMOUR, Ph.D.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has upheld a Kanawha County judge's decision to excuse three individuals and an oil and gas company from a lawsuit over a boy's death while riding an all terrain vehicle.
Benjamin WASHINGTON - Massey Energy may not file a supplemental brief detailing West Virginia Chief Justice Brent Benjamin's voting record in its cases, the U.S. Supreme Court has decided.
CHARLESTON – Two women are suing a mental health group because they said they were fired and not paid back wages.
Lane CHARLESTON -– Though it's not likely to pass this regular session, a piece of legislation introduced in the House of Delegates lays out the basic parameters of an intermediate appellate court system for the state.
Kessler CHARLESTON -- A proposal to use public funds to finance state Supreme Court campaigns has died in the state Legislature.