WHEELING – A federal lawsuit filed by the son of Murray Energy CEO Bob Murray against his ex-wife days before he was accused of having sexual contact with his adopted pre-teen daughter has been dismissed.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – As a federal agency considers whether lawyers are illegally frightening potential clients who see their television commercials, research shows drugs like Invokana and Truvada are among the most popular subjects of lawyer spending.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia's legislative leaders say that they want to reduce the size of state government and eliminate government waste. If that's the case, then why do they want to add a whole new layer of government to our judicial branch that will waste millions in our tax dollars? We don't need an intermediate court.
Gov. Jim Justice announced that the U.S. Department of Labor has awarded West Virginia $1.056 million in National Dislocated Worker Grant funds to assist continuing employment and training services for workers impacted by coal industry layoffs.
In-house counsel should make compliance with laws like the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act a top priority, a panel at the 2019 Corporate Counsel Symposium in Philadelphia said Tuesday.
Joining volunteers around the world, Flaherty attorneys took part in the Second Annual Global Day of Service on September 26th, a worldwide initiative spearheaded by Ford Motor Company’s Legal Alliance for Women (LAW), the company’s professional organization focused on women in the legal practice.
CHARLESTON — The state's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit is set to be transferred from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) to the West Virginia Attorney General's Office on Oct. 1.
CHARLESTON — The American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia is working to get to the bottom of whether the town of Richwood circulated a list to businesses telling them not to serve alcohol to certain residents.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals sided with a bus driver in an appeal, affirming that the West Virginia Workers' Compensation Board of Review rightfully reversed an earlier decision and allowed steroid injections for pain.