HUNTINGTON – An amended complaint has been filed in a lawsuit against Wayne County Board of Education’s curriculum specialist alleging he violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act when thousands of Wayne County residents received a recorded telephone message prior to the primary election she went on to win in 2016.
CHARLESTON – An attorney is suing Benjamin F. White and his law office after she claims they failed to pay for services provided. Benjamin F. White-Attorney at Law PLLC also was named as a defendant in the suit. On Oct. 21, 2013, the defendants engaged the services of Sherri Goodman Reveal, who is doing business as Sherri D. Goodman/Goodman Advocacy, for the defendants to be represented by the plaintiff in a lawyer disciplinary matter, according to a complaint filed June 15 in Kanawha Circuit Co
CHARLESTON – A lawsuit against the Logan County Board of Education has been dismissed from federal court, but the plaintiff’s attorney plans to re-file it. Attorney Ben White says he plans to re-file the lawsuit next week. He said he’s had financial problems as a result of the economy and had to downsize his law practice.
CHARLESTON – Attorney Dave Higgins has announced he would not seek the Democratic nomination for attorney general. “I had very favorable support reactions and I’m thankful for that,” Higgins said. “But, I’ve always said it depends on who else files.” Higgins said Doug Reynolds is a very competent lawyer and is fortunate enough to self-finance his campaign.
MORGANTOWN – A former West Virginia University football player is suing the National Collegiate Athletic Association after he claims it did not protect him enough from head injuries. Thomas Geishauser was a student at WVU and played football for the school from 1969 until 1972, according to a complaint filed in Monongalia Circuit Court. Geishauser claims during his four-year collegiate football career, he experienced numerous repeated blows to the head and lost consciousness on four specific o
CHARLESTON – Four more lawsuits have been filed against Central West Virginia Regional Airport Authority for the landslide that occurred in March and caused damages. Cast & Baker Corporation and Triad Engineering Inc. were also named as defendants in the suit. In 2005, the airport authority began the project to extend the Yeager Airport runways, construct a safety barrier at the end of the runways and build and construct all appurtenances, drainage facilities and earthen fills for the extensio
CHARLESTON – Two lawsuits have been filed against the Mingo County Board of Education after parents claim their children were sexually abused by male classmates. The West Virginia Board of Education, Melissa Webb, Hester Keatley and Melvin Cunningham were also named as defendants in the suit. S.P., a minor, through her mother R.