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Name change brings about $300K lawsuit

HUNTINGTON -- A Huntington business sued in 2005 has been named in a new federal suit involving an unpaid judgment.

Sony sues bar for copyright infringement

MORGANTOWN -- Does being aware of copyright infringement constitute liability? This is the central question in case against a Morgantown restaurant that has found itself in the middle of a copyright infringement case.

$100K unpaid vegetable bill leads to federal suit

HUNTINGTON -- A Huntington fruit company has been named as a defendant in a breach of contract suit filed in federal court.

Test distribution brings copyright case against ACES

CHARLESTON -- A company has filed a federal copyright infringement case against a West Virginia company and its owner, citing unauthorized copying, reproduction, and distribution of its copyrighted material.

Man says lounge failed to pay him, others overtime

CLARKSBURG -- A Harrison County man has filed a federal lawsuit after his employer failed to pay him and his co-workers for years worth of overtime.

Target sues developer for $1 million

MORGANTOWN -- Target has filed a federal lawsuit seeking $1 million after its site development agreement fell apart along with the property along the back of its building.

Golf cart accident case leads to removal

WHEELING -- A California company wants a case involving a golf cart accident in Ohio moved to federal court.

Defendants want sexism case removed to federal court

HUNTINGTON – The defendants in a sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuit want the case removed to federal court.

Woman sues after nearly losing arm in work accident

HUNTINGTON -- A Kanawha Valley woman has filed suit after she says she nearly lost her right arm in a workplace accident.

South Charleston wants age discrimination case in federal court

CHARLESTON -- The South Charleston Police Department has filed a notice of removal in an age discrimination case.

Advocacy group sues Inwood Shopping Center, stores over deficiencies

INWOOD -- A advocacy group and a Martinsburg woman have filed a federal lawsuit against a shopping center and several of its stores over potential problems for disabled customers.

Parkersburg family files Paxil lawsuit

PARKERSBURG -- A Wood County family has filed a federal lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline concerning Paxil after their son was born with birth defects.

Suit claims dog kennel breached contract

WHEELING -- An Ohio County man has filed a federal lawsuit following a breach of contract and breach of partnership fiduciary duty.

Accounting firm says ex-employee tried to steal clients

MARTINSBURG -- A Martinsburg man is being sued after he allegedly breached a condition of his employment contract after leaving an accounting firm.

Cross Lanes man sues to clean credit report

CROSS LANES -- A Cross Lanes man is suing a bank after it allegedly refused to remove false charges from his credit report, an act he believes threatens his livelihood.

Greenbrier medical center, doctor named in federal suit

RONCEVERTE -- A West Virginia woman has filed a federal lawsuit in against Greenbrier Valley Medical Center and one of its doctors after she suffered cardiac complications and infection.

VA hit with discrimination suit

HELEN -- A Raleigh County woman has filed a federal complaint against the Department of Veterans Affairs and its secretary, Dr. James Peake, after receiving reprisal for prior Equal Employment Opportunity activity.

Pittsburgh man sues Wheeling, oil company

WHEELING -- A Pittsburgh man has filed a suit in federal court against the City of Wheeling and Anthony Wayne Oil Corporation of West Virginia Inc. following an injury.

Cigna seeks removal of benefits case

HUNTINGTON -- Cigna Healthcare Mid-Atlanic and Connecticut General Life Insurance Company have filed a notice of removal from the Circuit Court of Cabell County to federal court after a Huntington man claimed he was wrongfully denied benefits.

Man sues Manchin, Lottery Commission after being denied gaming license

WHEELING -- An Ohio County man has filed a suit against the governor and the lottery commission members after his appeal for a table gaming license was denied.