CHARLESTON -- A woman is suing Exide Technologies, Inc., after she claims defamatory remarks were made about her.
CHARLESTON -- An inmate is suing the West Virginia Division of Corrections and Wexford Health Sources after he suffered a stroke.
CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County couple is suing West Virginia-American Water after they incurred water damage in their home.
CHARLESTON -- A man is suing 199 companies he claims are responsible for his father's lung injury and death.
CHARLESTON -- A Belfry, Ky., couple is suing Mercedes-Benz USA, Inc., after they claim a vehicle they purchased was defective.
King CHARLESTON – A three-judge federal panel says West Virginia's newly drawn congressional districts are unconstitutional and must be redrawn in two weeks.
CHARLESTON -- The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle(Spilman) has announced that Eric W. Iskra has been re-elected to a two-year term on Spilman's Management Committee, continuing his service as Member in Charge of Client Services.
Warner CHARLESTON -- Shuman, McCuskey and Slicer has announce its newest member, Brian J. Warner, and its two newest jurist members, Christopher D. Negley and Natalie C. Schaefer.
Flannery CHARLESTON – A member of the Jackson Kelly Environmental Practice Group recently was nominated and appointed as a member of the National Coal Council.
Worthy CHARLESTON – Legal Aid of West Virginia recently received formal notice from its federal funder that Congress will cut its federal funding to legal services by nearly 15 percent in 2012.
Cooper CHARLESTON – Thornton Cooper proposes to split a county on a new congressional district map and State Sen. John Unger of Martinsburg proposes to split two, but only Cooper explains how he would do it.
King CHARLESTON – Redistricting means change, federal judges declared as they shredded a new map of West Virginia congressional districts, and no one knows what changes the next map will bring.
Tomblin CHARLESTON -- At the start of the New Year, when checking out at the grocery store, our seniors, individuals and families will keep more of their hard earned money.
Romano CLARKSBURG – Chartis and AIG plan to ask a Harrison County judge to toss a $58 million jury verdict involving a leaking tank at a gas station.