Troy Giatras and his Charleston law firm were ready for the chaos created by Coronavirus pandemic. Now, he wants to help other attorneys, law firms and even other businesses figure out the best way for them to adopt and adapt technology for their practices.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court will hear arguments in up to five cases using remote technology next week. Chief Justice Tim Armstead said the court only is hearing cases in time-sensitive abuse and neglect and criminal matters. All other cases are being rescheduled.
FAIRMONT — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s office is asking Marion County and Fairmont city officials to further investigate the recent closing of Fairmont Regional Medical Center.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals partially reversed, partially confirmed and remanded a circuit court ruling in lawsuit involving McDonald's and a customer who claimed libel and slander in a dispute over a chicken sandwich.