Bailey & Glasser LLP is proud to announce that Best Lawyers, a peer-review publication that surveys thousands of lawyers to determine the best by practice area in communities across the nation, has named Brian Glasser Lawyer of the Year in the Criminal Defense: White Collar practice area for Charleston, West Virginia.
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William Ihlenfeld of Bailey & Glasser’s Wheeling, West Virginia, office has been named to the 2018 Class of Lawyers & Leaders by the West Virginia University College of Law and West Virginia Executive Magazine.
BAILEY & GLASSER: State Tax Department sues, says it’s owed hundreds of thousands from since-sold hotels
The state Tax Department has filed a lawsuit in Harrison County Circuit Court against a New York commercial bank company and a firm that operated a hotel in Clarksburg and another in Elkins.
A Ford 6.7-liter diesel lawsuit alleges the trucks are equipped with emissions “defeat devices” that cheat federal and state nitrogen oxide emissions tests.
CHARLESTON— A Wellsburg couple is suing Thermos, alleging a design and manufacturing defect.
WHEELING — An Ohio County woman has filed a class action lawsuit against a mortgage corporation, alleging misleading representation.
HUNTINGTON — A Cabell County woman has filed a class action lawsuit against debt collectors, alleging unlawful debt collection practices.
WHEELING — A former patient is suing Wheeling health care providers, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries to the plaintiff''s knee.
NEW MARTINSVILLE — A Wetzel County man is suing local health care providers, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries and death to his father.
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County consumer alleges debt consolidation companies unlawfully used her private financial information to advertise their services.
CLARKSBURG – A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against West Virginia University alleging a former student was sexually assaulted and the school mishandled her report of the rape.
CHARLESTON – Three class-action lawsuits over a Parkersburg warehouse fire have been removed to federal court.
NEW YORK – Attorneys with a West Virginia-based law firm worked on a $5 million settlement in a retirement benefits lawsuit with TIAA.
CHARLESTON – A federal judge has granted preliminary approval on the settlement involving the January 2014 water crisis.
WHEELING – A statutory penalty of nearly $11 million was imposed on Quicken Loans by a federal judge in a class action lawsuit.
CHARLESTON – Lawsuits filed by Chapmanville Mayor Raaimie Barker and the Mercer County Commission against the West Virginia Board of Pharmacy and multiple drug distributors have been removed to federal court.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia State University Board of Governors’ lawsuit against Dow Chemical alleging groundwater contamination has been removed to federal court.
CHARLESTON – A settlement has been affirmed in a Taurus pistol class action lawsuit filed by Charleston law firm Bailey & Glasser.
CHARLESTON – A federal judge has nixed a proposed class action settlement regarding the 2014 Elk River chemical spill. U.S. District Judge John Copenhaver Jr. on July 6 issued an order denying the proposal. He denied it without prejudice, meaning the parties can refile a revised agreement.
CHARLESTON – Four lawsuits against drug distributors for allegedly contributing to the opiate epidemic have been removed to federal court. The lawsuits were filed by Mayor Charles Sparks, on behalf of the town of Kermit; Mayor Vivian Livinggood, on behalf of the town of Gilbert; Mayor Reba Honaker, on behalf of the city of Welch; and the Lincoln County Commission.