Ketchum CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justices granted the city of Wheeling a new trial in an age discrimination case because a juror failed to disclose that she had sued her employer.
Harron WHEELING – Asbestos lawyer Robert Peirce must deliver documents about radiologist Ray Harron to CSX Transportation for the railroad's racketeering and fraud suit, a judge has ruled.
Roberts WASHINGTON - U.S. Supreme Court Justices have plunged West Virginia elections more deeply into uncertainty.
McHugh CHARLESTON – Justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals who approved a new map of state legislative districts on Nov. 23 hadn't explained the decision as of Jan. 18.
CHARLESTON – A Berkeley County judge correctly ordered the former owner of a 54-acre subdivision to pay Centra Bank more than $1 million, the Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
Harron WHEELING – Radiologist Ray Harron of Bridgeport abandoned his plan to prove U.S. District Judge Janis Jack of Texas misjudged him when she ruled that he schemed with lawyers to manufacture false X-ray reports of lung disease.
King CHARLESTON -- Federal judges who found population variances in West Virginia's congressional districts unconstitutional reacted to an appeal of the decision by mocking legislative leaders who expect the U.S. Supreme Court to reinstate the map.
King CHARLESTON – Redistricting means change, federal judges declared as they shredded a new map of West Virginia congressional districts, and no one knows what changes the next map will bring.
Cooper CHARLESTON – Thornton Cooper proposes to split a county on a new congressional district map and State Sen. John Unger of Martinsburg proposes to split two, but only Cooper explains how he would do it.
Benjamin CHARLESTON – James Higginbotham proved he didn't steal old rails but he didn't prove Norfolk Southern Railway controlled a Kanawha County prosecutor who indicted him, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided.
CHARLESTON – Parkersburg car dealer Kendall Richards can't blame Monongahela Power for a fire that started six days after a dump truck driver accidentally pulled down power lines, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided.
Goodwin RICHMOND, Va. – Survivors of California resident Daniel McCornack plan to challenge U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin's rejection of their wrongful death suit against drug maker Actavis Totowa.
Smith CHARLESTON – Mingo County's longest running feud since Hatfield and McCoy must drag on, the Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
CHARLESTON – Seven years of searching for witnesses and evidence didn't turn up enough of either to save a suit for medical monitoring of everyone who worked or played at Omar Elementary School in Chauncey since 1964.
Davis CHARLESTON – Jefferson Circuit Judge David Sanders incorrectly awarded Summit Point Raceway $1.2 million in a coverage dispute with workers compensation insurer BrickStreet Mutual, the Supreme Court of Appeals held.
Workman CHARLESTON – Owners of West Virginia race tracks can't suspend jockeys until the state racing commission holds hearings on charges against them, the Supreme Court of Appeals ruled.
CHARLESTON -- Kanawha Circuit Judge Paul Zakaib compensated Nitro High School math teacher Robert Fulmer too generously for three years of teaching he missed due to false allegations of sexual abuse, the Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
Ketchum CHARLESTON – Accountants who owe Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation about $23 million for failing to detect a big fraud at little Keystone Bank can't shift part of the cost to Keystone's lawyers, the Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
Harron WHEELING – Bridgeport radiologist Ray Harron rises to rescue his reputation six years after federal judge Janis Jack concluded that he schemed with lawyers to manufacture diagnoses of lung disease.
Peirce WHEELING – CSX Transportation can contact former clients of Pittsburgh asbestos lawyer Robert Peirce, U.S. District Judge Frederick Stamp has decided.