Dec. 21
Natoma Baker, Cora May, Alisa Briles and Traci Hess vs. Riverbend Membership Corporation
PA-Gregory A. Bailey; J-Christopher Wilkes
*Plaintiffs claim discriminatory conduct in violation of West Virginia Human Rights Act. They allege election of Hank Henson to Board of Directors in 2010 started use of derogatory and inappropriate sexual remarks to plaintiffs. Plaintiffs filed formal complaints. All were terminated. They allege gender discrimination, hostile work environment, unlawful retaliation. They seek actual, punitive and other damages to be determined at trial as well as all other fees.
Case Number: 12-C-1007

Dec. 21
Traci Hess vs. Riverbend Membership Corporation
PA-Gregory A. Bailey; J-Christopher Wilkes
*Plaintiff claims discriminatory conduct in violation of West Virginia Human Rights Act. She alleges election of Hank Henson to Board of Directors in 2010 started use of derogatory and inappropriate sexual remarks to her. Plaintiff filed formal complaints. Plaintiff was terminated. She alleges gender discrimination, hostile work environment, unlawful retaliation. She seeks actual, punitive and other damages to be determined at trial as well as all other fees.
Case Number: 12-C-1008

Dec. 21
Alisa Briles vs. Riverbend Membership Corporation
PA-Gregory A. Bailey; J-Christopher Wilkes
*Plaintiff claims discriminatory conduct in violation of West Virginia Human Rights Act. She alleges election of Hank Henson to Board of Directors in 2010 started use of derogatory and inappropriate sexual remarks to plaintiff. Plaintiff filed formal complaints. Plaintiff was terminated. She alleges gender discrimination, hostile work environment, unlawful retaliation. She seeks actual, punitive and other damages to be determined at trial as well as all other fees.
Case Number: 12-C-1009

Dec. 21
Cora May vs. Riverbend Membership Corporation
PA-Gregory A. Bailey; J-Christopher Wilkes
*Plaintiff claims discriminatory conduct in violation of West Virginia Human Rights Act. She alleges election of Hank Henson to Board of Directors in 2010 started use of derogatory and inappropriate sexual remarks to plaintiff. Plaintiff filed formal complaints. Plaintiff was terminated. She alleges gender discrimination, hostile work environment, unlawful retaliation. She seeks actual, punitive and other damages to be determined at trial as well as all other fees.
Case Number: 12-C-1010

Dec. 27
United Bank, Inc., a West Virginia Banking Corporation, successor by merger to Centra Bank vs. Jason E. Gochenour
PA-Andrew C. Woofter, III, J-John Yoder
*Plaintiff claims defendant owes at least $23,153.81 for past due credit agreement.
Case Number: 12-C-1012

Jan. 4
Franklin W. James, Jr. vs. Bank of American NA by merger with BAC Home Loans servicing LP Power Mortgage and Financial Solutions, Inc; Fidelity & Deposit Company of Maryland, and John Doe, Holder
PA-Andrew C. Skinner J-Christopher Wilkes
*Plaintiff alleges predatory lending by defendant. He alleges in 2006, plaintiff's property was sold in foreclosure, and hee sought to repurchase in 2008. Plaintiff alleges Defendant offered loans on an appraisal of $150,000. No written appraisal was provided, the complaint says. Plaintiff alleges breach of fiduciary duty, illegal loan, force-placed insurance. Plaintiff seeks all actual damages and civil penalties on each count as well as whatever fees/penalties jury awards.
Case Number: 13-C-4

Jan. 9
Larry F. Linton, Jr. and Amanda Linton vs. Piedmont Medical Laboratory and Clarke, Frederick-Winchester Credit and Collection Bureau, Inc.
PA-Sarah A. Hinkle; J-Christopher Wilkes
*Plaintiff alleges violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Plaintiff seeks actual, punitive and all damages affordable by law.
Case Number: 13-C-53

Jan. 18
Lewis W. Barlow vs. West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority
PA-Sherman L. Lambert, Sr.; J-Christopher Wilkes
*Plaintiff alleges wrongful termination and retaliatory discharge from his position as administrator at Eastern Regional Jail. Plaintiff seeks reinstatement, front pay of $250,000, compensatory damages of $250,000 and punitive damages of $1 million, as well as any other fees awarded by jury.
Case Number: 13-C-68

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