MORGANTOWN – Jill Cranston Rice, an attorney with Dinsmore & Shohl, has concluded her term as the president of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia.
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CLARKSBURG – Two developers are suing a Morgantown family they allege misrepresented and defamed them.
MORGANTOWN – Joshua S. Rogers has been named office managing partner at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP’s Morgantown office, effective Jan. 1.
CHARLESTON -- National law firm Dinsmore is giving back to the armed forces by offering pro bono services to veterans and their families.
CHARLESTON – Dinsmore & Shohl’s Matthew P. Kingery has been recognized as a member of the Young Guns Class of 2017 by West Virginia Executive magazine.
CHARLESTON – Jill Cranston Rice has been elected president of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia.
HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. after she claims she was injured on its property.
HUNTINGTON – District Judge Robert C. Chambers denied a motion for default judgment in a lawsuit against AutoZone for injuries sustained on its property. On Oct. 22, the plaintiff, Mary Jane Goodall, filed an application for entry of default judgment and supporting affidavit and a motion for default judgment, according to the order.
NEW CUMBERLAND – A bank is suing three Hancock County individuals and a company alleging they owe it more than $300,000 on outstanding loans.
GLENVILLE – A company in Pennsylvania is suing Glenville-based S.S. Services to collect an allegedly unpaid judgment against it for nearly $23,000, plus interest and attorney’s fees.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing PNC Bank in a class action lawsuit after he claims it illegally charged fees to consumers.
WEST UNION – A Texas equipment company is suing a Tennessee company over claims it has failed to pay sums owed for equipment provided.