PHILIPPI — A Barbour County jury found that Alderson Broaddus University was 30 percent liable in its supervision and retention of former coach Collins Murphy, who secretly photographed female student-athletes in the dorm in which he was the residence director.
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Cameron Brown recently appealed a Circuit Court of Wayne County order denying his “motion for reconsideration” of the court’s dismissal of his original complaint, arguing that the Circuit Court did not properly interpret the Wage Payment and Collection Act in granting respondent Grayson Assisted Living, Inc.’s motion to dismiss.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has rejected a removal petition for a Doddridge County commissioner after 100 citizens sought to kick him out of office.
CLARKSBURG – A circuit judge has approved a settlement in a lawsuit against the city of Shinnston for the wrongful death of a 14-year-old girl who drowned in the city’s pool.
HURRICANE – The fourth annual Duane Ruggier MS Golf Tournament to benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society is set for May 7 at Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Teays Valley.
MORGANTOWN – Tiffany R. Durst of Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown & Poe PLLC said her recognition as one of America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators for 2018 is a credit to hard work as well as support from her family and co-workers.
CHARLESTON – A federal judge has granted a motion to remand a lawsuit against the Boone County Assessor’s Office back to state court.
BECKLEY – A Raleigh County business alleges a Mercer County business failed to pay for six vehicles it purchased.
CLARKSBURG – A man is suing Indianhead Pipeline Services after he claims he was injured while performing work duties.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing the Boone County Assessor’s Office after she claims her employment was wrongfully terminated and politically motivated.
KINGWOOD – Bruceton Medical Center and Dr. Robert Phares have filed an answer to a complaint filed by Dr. David M. Anderson in which they deny the claims alleged against them.
BECKLEY – Three companies owned by Gov. Jim Justice have agreed to settle a lawsuit with BMS CAT for cleaning up and restoring The Greenbrier after last year’s flooding.
KINGWOOD – A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the town of Albright because the plaintiff failed to appear for depositions and medical exams or submit paperwork.
WEST UNION – A three-judge panel has issued an order denying and dismissing a removal petition for Doddridge County Commissioner Greg Robinson. The three-judge panel held an evidentiary hearing on April 18. It found that the respondent, Charles Patrick Heaster, failed to meet the burden of proof on the charges alleged. The order was filed May 23.
MARTINSBURG – A man is suing Jet Blue Airways after he claims it breached its contract and was negligent.
TEAYS VALLEY – Preparations have begun for a charity golf tournament that will benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing the City of Marmet after she claims she was injured by a police officer.
CHARLESTON - Three lawsuits against Davis H. Elliot Construction alleging wrongful termination were removed to federal court.
HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing Kroger after she claims she was injured at Kroger when she slipped and fell on water on the floor.
BECKLEY – Appalachian Bible College is suing Foremost Industries Inc. after it claims the company failed to give a $4 million donation it promised the school.