Dinsmore & Shohl LLP News

Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia president concludes term

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 26, 2017

MORGANTOWN – Jill Cranston Rice, an attorney with Dinsmore & Shohl, has concluded her term as the president of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia.

Two developers sue family for misrepresentation, defamation

By Kyla Asbury | Mar 3, 2017

CLARKSBURG – Two developers are suing a Morgantown family they allege misrepresented and defamed them.

New office managing partner looks to 'strategically grow' Dinsmore in Morgantown

By Carrie Salls | Jan 20, 2017

MORGANTOWN – Joshua S. Rogers has been named office managing partner at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP’s Morgantown office, effective Jan. 1. 

West Virginia law firm to offer pro bono services to veterans

By Kate Jacobson | Nov 29, 2016

CHARLESTON -- National law firm Dinsmore is giving back to the armed forces by offering pro bono services to veterans and their families.

Kingery says 2017 Young Guns 'passionate about West Virginia's potential'

By Carrie Salls | Nov 23, 2016

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.

Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia elects new president

By Russell Boniface | Jul 27, 2016

CHARLESTON – Jill Cranston Rice has been elected president of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia.

Hobby Lobby wants injury lawsuit removed to federal court

By Kyla Asbury | Apr 28, 2016

HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. after she claims she was injured on its property.

Federal judge denies motion for default judgment in AutoZone lawsuit

By Kyla Asbury | Apr 20, 2016

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.

Bank seeks payment on allegedly outstanding loans

By Robert Hadley | Mar 17, 2016

NEW CUMBERLAND – A bank is suing three Hancock County individuals and a company alleging they owe it more than $300,000 on outstanding loans.

JMD Co. of Pa. seeks enforcement of judgment against S.S. Services

By Robert Hadley | Feb 19, 2016

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.

Man files class action accusing PNC Bank of illegal fee assessment

By Kyla Asbury | Feb 1, 2016

CHARLESTON – A man is suing PNC Bank in a class action lawsuit after he claims it illegally charged fees to consumers.

Sunbelt Equipment claims Pipeline Energy owes sum for leased equipment

By Robbie Hargett | Jan 15, 2016

WEST UNION – A Texas equipment company is suing a Tennessee company over claims it has failed to pay sums owed for equipment provided.

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