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- Attorneys & Judges
CHARLESTON — West Virginia University and its College of Law are expanding their footprint in Charleston. The university is leasing two floors in Equities House, a central downtown office building that will become home to several offices.
MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University President Gordon Gee and former Ohio Gov. John Kasich partnered to form the Citizens for Effective Opioid Treatment with the purpose of pushing for opioid settlements to go toward hospitals instead of local or state governments.
Man claims WVU Board of Governors used harassment, intimidation to prevent him from attending board meeting
CHARLESTON — A man claims West Virginia University attempted to intimidate him and keep him from attending a board meeting.
MORGANTOWN — The father of a West Virginia University student who fell at one of the school's fraternity houses is suing for his son's injuries.
- State Supreme Court
CHARLESTON – A state Supreme Court ruling could change the way state courts have to look at certifying classes in potential class-action lawsuits.
MORGANTOWN – A Morgantown couple alleges the husband's arthritic knee was misdiagnosed by physicians at a hospital's emergency room.
MOUNDSVILLE — Thirty-seven hospitals in West Virginia and Kentucky are suing opioid manufacturers and distributors they claim caused the crisis in the area.
MORGANTOWN – A suspended member of West Virginia University’s women’s basketball team has been denied reinstatement by a Monongalia County judge.