WASHINGTON – West Virginia's best days are ahead of us – this I firmly believe.
POINT PLEASANT – Students from Wahama, Hannan and Point Pleasant high schools on Tuesday were able to see the Supreme Court grill attorneys in person.
ST. MARYS — A Wetzel County man has filed suit against two companies for injuries incurred in a 2014 Ohio workplace incident that left him a partial amputee.
Most people have worked, at least once, with a colleague unqualified for the job. Whether the deficiency was physical, intellectual, experiential, attitudinal, or otherwise, the workers had to compensate for the shortcomings, which made the jobs more difficult, decreased productivity, and possibly jeopardized health.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Marquee Cinemas for injuries she sustained on its premises.
CHARLESTON – Bailey & Wyant PLLC would like to congratulate managing member Charles Bailey for being selected as a ranked lawyer in Chambers USA 2015.
MORGANTOWN – Dinsmore & Shohl welcomes Stephen R. Fanok to the firm’s Morgantown office.
CHARLESTON – Jackson Kelly attorney Danielle W. Swann was recently appointed to the Defense Research Institute Issues and Advocacy Committee.
MARTINSBURG – Martin & Seibert Director of Litigation Management and General Counsel, Susan R. Snowden, recently spoke at a National Business Institute (NBI) Seminar on Construction Defect Disputes & Litigation: Using Coverage, Case Law and Indemnification to Shift Liability.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man is suing over claims he was not timely paid after being terminated from his job.
CHARLESTON – Bailey & Wyant is pleased to announce that Suleiman Oko-ogua has been invited to join The National Black Top 100 Lawyers for the year 2015.
CHARLESTON – The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that a firm-sponsored scholarship was awarded to six West Virginia University students for the 2014-15 academic year.
CHARLESTON – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has received recommendations and a final report from the West Virginia Intergovernmental Task Force on Juvenile Justice.
RIPLEY – A Jackson County man is suing over claims he fell down the stairwell in his apartment building due to a broken handrail.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County nurse is suing over claims she was fired due to her age and in retaliation for a complaint about patient care.
Last month, we commented on a study by National Economic Research Associates concerning the “significant negative economic impacts” of an EPA proposal to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from existing fossil-fuel power plants.