CHARLESTON — Dinsmore & Shohl has been named one of BTI Consulting Group's top recommended law firms.
WHEELING — Two parents are suing a Wheeling health care service provider, alleging gross negligence in the treatment of their newborn child.
CHARLESTON – Federal Magistrate Judge Omar Aboulhosn has issued an order requiring the U.S. Department of Justice to provide Don Blankenship's attorneys with a copy of a report on the prosecutorial misconduct from his trial by Aug. 15.
HUNTINGTON — A New Jersey supplier is suing a debtor and guarantor, alleging it owes more than $5,000 for breach of an agreement.
CHARLESTON — Dinsmore & Shohl is one of the top 62 firms in the country for female attorneys, according to Law360's 2018 Glass Ceiling Report, coming in sixth in similarly sized firms.
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) – Large pharmacy chains are asking why they are being sued by hundreds of cities and counties over the opioid crisis instead of the criminals who pushed drugs to addicts.
Blankenship's attempt to vacate sentence being played like musical chairs
WHEELING — A remediation service provider is suing Terry Mason and Mason Rehab Center, alleging a breach of an emergency work authorization agreement.
CHARLESTON – A Kentucky woman blames nine drug companies as well as a host of doctors, medical facilities and pharmacies for her son’s opioid overdose.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company after he claims it breached its contract with him after he was involved in a car accident.
HUNTINGTON -- Jill Francisco has been prepping for nearly the last two decades for the job to which she has been elected.
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - The judge overseeing multidistrict litigation against the opioid industry ordered plaintiffs’ attorneys to keep monthly records of the time they spend on their cases down to a tenth of an hour and imposed strict rules on who can collect fees, in an effort to prevent the excesses that have drawn criticism in other class actions and mass tort cases.
CHARLESTON – A judge dismissed a lawsuit filed against Hampden Coal that alleged a man was terminated from his employment based on his age.
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - The federal judge overseeing hundreds of lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors has ordered a series of bellwether trials starting in 2019 to test disputed legal theories and facts before live juries, all but admitting defeat in his initial goal of crafting a global settlement and solution to the opioid crisis this year.
WHEELING — A former patient is suing Wheeling health care providers, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries to the plaintiff''s knee.
HUNTINGTON — A Cabell County man is suing a physician, alleging negligence in the death of his wife.
WINFIELD — A former employee is suing Speedway, alleging violation of workers compensation acts.
CHARLESTON — A St. Albans couple is suing Kroeger, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries to the wife.
CLARKSBURG – A woman is suing Huntington National Bank after she claims it refused to pay her money that she was owed from a Certificate of Deposit.
HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County woman alleges she had to be admitted to a hospital's intensive care unit after given an excessive dose of insulin by staff.