CHARLESTON — Kanawha Circuit Judge Tod J. Kaufman recently participated in a presidential scholar-in-resident program at Robert Morris University in Moon, Pennsylvania.
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LOGAN — Five complaints were filed against Beckley Drilling & Blasting by Logan County residents who claim their homes were damaged due to blasting.
PRINCETON — Three lawsuits were filed against T&S Paving by asphalt and construction companies who claim T&S breached its contract with them.
CHARLESTON — A lawsuit was filed against West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner last week alleging violations of free speech.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has until the end of November to file court documents in a case against him for failing to respond to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from more than one year ago.
WHEELING — An Ohio County woman is suing Manasseh Jordan Ministries after she claims it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
MOUNDSVILLE — Two lawsuits have been filed against Gastar Exploration USA for oil and gas royalties.
MOUNDSVILLE — Six lawsuits have been filed against EQT Production Company after the plaintiffs claim the company failed to pay oil and gas royalties.
CHARLESTON — Supreme Court candidate Robert J. Frank said he has a three-part plan he wants to enact if he is elected to the court.
WHEELING — Federal prosecutors have filed a motion to dismiss the remaining counts of a federal indictment against Dr. Roland F. Chalifoux this week.
CHARLESTON — Supreme Court Candidate Chris Wilkes said if he's elected, there won't be a learning curve.
CHARLESTON — Former Senate president and current Supreme Court candidate Jeff Kessler hopes to instill confidence in the court if he is elected.
CHARLESTON — Supreme Court candidates Jim Douglas wants to champion for rights of children and families if elected to the court.
CHARLESTON — Harry "Bo" Bruner Jr. wants to make the Supreme Court a winning court if he is elected.