MORGANTOWN – Students at the West Virginia University School of Law were largely successful in finding employment after graduation in 2015, and they've topped the national average, according to figures from the American Bar Association.
HUNTINGTON – Two women have filed lawsuits against their former employer and its CEO, claiming they were fired for refusing to purchase a weight loss drug that is a Schedule IV narcotic for the executive.
WAYNE -- A Huntington woman was working in a modular unit that served temporarily as an elementary school kitchen says she was injured when carrying 50 pounds of potatoes after tripping over furnishings in the unit.
WINFIELD – A Point Pleasant man says he was wrongfully terminated from his position after sustaining an on-the-job injury which he alleges occurred because he was told to work outside of his classification.
WHEELING -- The negligence on the part of the organizers of the Upper Ohio Valley Italian Heritage Festival and an unnamed vendor allegedly caused one woman to fall and sustain injury at a public event in July 2012.
WHEELING – A former employee of an Ohio County community college has sued the institution, alleging the school's health science application included questions that were in violation of discrimination laws.