Audrey Holsclaw News

Name change brings about $300K lawsuit

By Audrey Holsclaw | Sep 26, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Sep 25, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Sep 24, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Sep 23, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Sep 11, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Sep 9, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Sep 8, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 28, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 20, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 15, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 15, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 14, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 14, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 14, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 14, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 11, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 7, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 6, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Aug 6, 2008

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

By Audrey Holsclaw | Jul 31, 2008

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.

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