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Blame the criminals, pharmacies facing opioid lawsuits say

By John O'Brien | Jun 8, 2018

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.

Guardian blames housing care providers for resident's injuries

By Philip Gonzales | May 15, 2017

CHARLESTON — A legal guardian is suing housing care providers, alleging negligence in their care for a resident.

Woman sues Girl Scout Council for wrongful termination

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 21, 2016

PARKERSBURG – A former employee is suing Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council Inc. after she claims she was wrongfully terminated for reporting theft.

Segal firm names almost 300 companies in each asbestos suit

By Jessica Karmasek | Jun 29, 2016

CHARLESTON – The average number of companies targeted by some of the biggest asbestos firms in their lawsuits is in the triple-figures, according to recent statistics, forcing some, especially those in claims management, to question the strategy of plaintiffs’ lawyers.

Fayette Co. man accuses Little Caesars of wrongful termination

By Taylor Morse | Nov 3, 2015

FAYETTEVILLE – A Fayette County man has sued his former employer over allegations of unlawful termination.

WVU: Big East's motion to dismiss 'poorly veiled' move

By Jessica M. Karmasek | Dec 12, 2011

LaCagnin MORGANTOWN - Lawyers for West Virginia University called the Big East Conference's legal argument in a motion to dismiss filed last week "self-defeating" and said the conference's move was a "poorly veiled attempt" at changing venues.

Call for AG reform is growing

By Staff reports | Aug 15, 2008

McGraw CHARLESTON -- First came the class-action lawsuit, followed by state attorneys general using the power of their office in connection with private plaintiff lawyers to pursue such lawsuits. Millions of dollars from ensuring settlements poured into state coffers.

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