LEWISBURG – A Lewisburg man was awarded more than $700,000 in Greenbrier Circuit Court for injuries sustained when he was shot by a neighbor.
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MORGANTOWN – Two professors at West Virginia University's recently were appointed to three-year terms as associate deans for the College of Law.
CHARLESTON — Back in May, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals issued a ruling that Camden Clark Hospital wrongfully disclosed medical records involving mental health in a subpoena. Kanawha Circuit Judge Tod J. Kaufman, sitting on the bench by special assignment in the case, agreed with the decision.
CHARLESTON — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit overturned a previous ruling, siding with the Environmental Protection Agency relating to a 2015 lawsuit filed by environmental groups.
A Legal Aid attorney who received The Ronald Nestor Award last month said she considers the honor a special privilege.
CHARLESTON — The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last month that out-of-state retailers can collect state sales tax from customers, a decision opposed by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice.
CHARLESTON — An Ohio County magistrate has been suspended without pay after being indicted on charges of wire fraud, bribery and tax fraud.
CHARLESTON — A Charleston attorney filed pre-candidacy papers for the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals last month in a bid to fix, what he calls, a broken system.
A non-profit law firm sued West Virginia University for refusing a public records request for documents related to the China Energy deal.
CHARLESTON — The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently shifted oversight of coal combustion byproducts from the federal level to the state level for the first time.
CHARLESTON — A relatively new organization created to promote the welfare, interests and professional development of women attorneys in West Virginia held its first conference in June.
CHARLESTON — A legislative audit was performed on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in an attempt to learn why the court had a surplus of nearly $29 million in 2012 and spent it down to approximately $333,000 by 2016.
BECKLEY — Two more patients are suing Raleigh Heart Clinic, alleging they were exposed to blood-borne pathogens during routine heart procedures at the clinic.
In Janus v. AFSCME, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that public sector employees will no longer be forced to contribute to unions that represent them in collective bargaining agreements, but the landmark decision will have little impact on West Virginia.
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has announced the winner of a statewide contest called Kids Kick Opioids.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ordered the annulment of a Chapmanville attorney’s law license, stating that he preyed on a woman's vulnerability and violated the Rules of Professional Conduct.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has annulled the law license of a Beckley attorney.
PITTSBURGH — Several West Virginia nutritional supplement companies and individuals have been named as defendants in a Pennsylvania lawsuit, alleging they failed to pay invoices for goods and services.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled that a nearly-10-year-old case before the Business Court Division was rightfully dismissed.