During the boom of the addiction crisis in America, opioid distributors were told to figure out a system for identifying suspicious orders but what they came up with could never be given a stamp of approval from federal regulators – even if they asked.
CHARLESTON — The chairman and CEO of The Hawthorn Group, a public affairs and public relations firm, said if the West Virginia water crisis taught companies anything, it was to always be ready for what others do.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – West Virginia ranks 45th in the nation for lawsuit climate, according to a new survey released by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform. The survey, released Sept. 18, shows the Mountain State in the same spot it was in the last survey from 2017.
CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee – Because of their work on the water crisis litigation in West Virginia, attorneys at two Charleston law firms now are helping with a lawsuit against a water company in eastern Tennessee.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office has filed suit against Johnson & Johnson and subsidiaries alleging the companies engaged in unlawful, unfair and deceptive marketing practices associated with their surgical mesh devices.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey led a coalition of officials from 20 states in supporting the Trump Administration’s pro-coal, Affordable Clean Energy rule as it faces a challenge in court by Democrat attorneys general.
The original WOTUS rule proposed to interpret the terms “navigable waters” and “bodies of water” so broadly that they could be applied to every inch of every acre in every state in America – no matter how dry or unnavigable.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey praised the Trump administration’s decision to repeal the unlawful Waters of the United States rule, which the Attorney General has previously characterized as a power grab from the Obama era.