MARTINSBURG – The West Virginia Supreme Court has responded to calls for changes to the Business Court Division, implementing several since first approving Trial Court Rule 29 and establishing the procedures for the special forum.
MARTINSBURG – Attorneys who have taken cases to the West Virginia Business Court Division say the new venue provides their clients with a more practical and productive alternative to resolving complex commercial disputes.
MARTINSBURG – In the two years since West Virginia implemented its Business Court Division, an increasing number of business owners have relied on the special forum to quickly and more efficiently resolve their complex commercial litigation.
CHARLESTON – While the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals recently has found three types of arbitration agreements enforceable, the court may have actually found more room to determine that arbitration agreements never existed at all.
CHARLESTON – A series of recent West Virginia Supreme Court decisions confirms that if employers carefully draft arbitration agreements that comply with the court’s case law, they will likely be enforced, according to one local attorney.