A West Virginia public entity is suing a company and an individual citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
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Melissa Foster Bird does not hesitate when asked about one of her the most satisfying parts of her career.
Huntington associate J.L. Brydie and Columbia associate Donna O. Tillis will participate in the Firm's first year of involvement with Leadership Council on Legal Diversity's Pathfinder Program.
MORGANTOWN – A Monongalia County business has filed a $4.5 million lawsuit against an insurance agent and insurance company, accusing them of civil conspiracy, breach of contract and bad faith.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court will not rehear a case in which it blocked the impeachment trials of four current and former state Supreme Court justices.
CHARLESTON – A new impeachment article against convicted and suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry could be in front of legislators by next week. And it might include Chief Justice Margaret Workman as well.
CHARLESTON – Former state Supreme Court Justice Robin Jean Davis’s impeachment trial has been continued.
NELSON MULLINS RILEY & SCARBOROUGH: Nelson Mullins' Andrew Connor Named to The James L. Petigru Inn of Court
Andrew M. Connor, an associate in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Charleston office, has been named as a barrister to The James L. Petigru American Inn of Court, which is connected to the Charleston School of Law.
NELSON MULLINS RILEY & SCARBOROUGH: ABA Litigation Section Elects Nelson Mullins' Larry Kristinik as Budget Officer
The American Bar Association Section of Litigation has elected D. Larry Kristinik, III, a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Columbia office, as its Budget Officer for a one-year term.
CHARLESTON –Chief Justice Margaret Workman says the impending state Supreme Court impeachment trials in the state Senate must be halted because the House of Delegates overstepped its bounds and tried to undermine the separation of powers of state government.
HUNTINGTON — A Cabell County jury found in favor of the defendant in a case against Daimler Trucks North America for the 2010 death of three individuals in an accident on Interstate 64.
CHARLESTON – Don Blankenship took his fight to appear as a candidate for U.S. Senate on the November ballot to the state Supreme Court.
Many litigators have had the overwhelming experience of being dropped into a case that has been working its way through the court system for some time.
CHARLESTON — Don Blankenship officially filed to run on the ballot for U.S. Senate on the Constitution Party.
CHARLESTON – A recent state Supreme Court ruling about class action lawsuits has some in the legal community dismayed about the way such cases are certified in West Virginia.
PRINCETON — A California bank is suing a gas station and convenience store, alleging breach of contract and tortious interference.
BECKLEY – More than 100 of the recent lawsuits filed against Raleigh Heart Clinic have been removed to federal court.
BECKLEY – A class action lawsuit has been filed against Raleigh Heart Clinic after the class members claim they were exposed and contracted bloodborne illnesses from the clinic.
HUNTINGTON – Two attorneys at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough say the firm’s recent recognition for 100 percent participation in Legal Aid of West Virginia’s annual Just One campaign is an extension of the firm’s overall commitment to pro bono work.