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Damages sought from allegedly intoxicated driver involved in fatal wrong-way crash on I-77

BECKLEY – The administrator of the estates of two Ohio residents and another Ohio man are seeking damages from an allegedly intoxicated driver involved in a fatal wrong-way collision on Interstate 77 in Raleigh County.

New book details attorney’s frustrations with MDL: Handling of cases becoming ‘more and more deplorable’

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TAMPA, Fla. (Legal Newsline) – Nearly 40 percent of civil cases pending in federal courts across the country are consolidated into multidistrict litigation, resulting in “a shift away from the rule of law to a system of arbitrary justice,” says Tampa attorney Brian Donovan in his new book on his experience and frustrations with MDL.

Fluid Delivery Solutions alleges it is still owed more than $162,000 for waterline work

BLUEFIELD – A Texas-based water management company alleges it was not paid in full for services it provided to Charleston corporations.

Red Lobster accuses Huntington of breach of 33-year-old agreement

HUNTINGTON – Red Lobster Hospitality is suing the city of Huntington, the Huntington Municipal Development Authority and Batra Hospitality Group for breaching an agreement made more than 30 years ago.

Five employees accuse Schwan's of wage payment violations

CLARKSBURG – Five employees are suing the Schwan Food Company after they claim it continues to violate the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act. Schwan's Shared Services LLC; Schwan's Home Service Inc.; and Carlton Spare Jr. were also named as defendants in the suit. Amy J.

Woman sues Outback Steakhouse for injuries

BLUEFIELD – A woman is suing Outback Steakhouse after she claims she was injured at its restaurant in Princeton. Two unknown and unnamed general and shift managers were also named as defendants. On March 7, 2013, Linda Kearnes was a patron of Outback in Princeton she slipped and fell on liquid in the floor while being led to a table, according to a complaint filed March 4 in Mercer Circuit Court and removed to federal court. Kearnes claims was injured when she fell and her injuries were sever