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Difference Maker award about more than just being a good lawyer, recipient says

CINCINNATI – One of the recipients of the Difference Maker award, which was handed out by the Dinsmore & Shohl LLP at their inaugural Attorney Dinner, said the honor was more than just being recognized as a good lawyer.

Nelson Mullins partner joins state Chamber board

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington attorney has been selected to serve on the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce board.

West Virginia trial lawyers group look to train younger generation

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS – The West Virginia Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers recently meet with the dean of the West Virginia University College of Law to discuss how to strengthen ties between the two organizations.

Supreme Court upholds decision denying medication to mechanic with alleged back pain

CHARLESTON – The Supreme Court of Appeals for the State of West Virginia has affirmed a decision by the state’s Workers’ Compensation Board of Review denying medication for a mechanic who allegedly has ongoing back pain.

Supreme Court denies petition on occupation title of Lincoln school board employee

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has upheld the decision of a lower court with regards to an occupation title complaint.

Students, public look at role of state in energy sustainability in moot court competition

MORGANTOWN – Students and the general public were invited to examine the role of the state in energy sustainability at the the recent seventh annual National Energy Sustainability Moot Court competition at the West Virginia University.

Justices back workers' comp board decision in case of injured coal miner

CHARLESTON – A decision by the state Supreme Court has upheld a decision by the Workers’ Compensation Board of Review.

Eastern Panhandle judge appointed to ABA Business Law Section

MARTINSBURG – A West Virginia Business Court Judge has been appointed as a representative for the American Bar Association Business Law Section.