CHARLESTON – The state Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission is now receiving applications for the vacancy on the state Supreme Court. It also is accepting applications for a circuit judge position in the state's 19th Judicial Circuit covering Barbour and Taylor counties. This new position was created by the state Legislature.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner wants a “comprehensive review” of operating procedures for the state’s Board of Risk & Insurance Management.
DINSMORE & SHOHL LLP: Dinsmore Recognized as Top Performer for Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
For a second year, the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity has named Dinsmore & Shohl LLP a top performer among its member law firms.
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that attorney Nicola D. Smith has joined the firm’s Martinsburg, West Virginia office.
CHARLESTON — Kanawha Circuit Judge Tod J. Kaufman recently participated in a presidential scholar-in-resident program at Robert Morris University in Moon, Pennsylvania.
LOGAN — Five complaints were filed against Beckley Drilling & Blasting by Logan County residents who claim their homes were damaged due to blasting.
PRINCETON — Three lawsuits were filed against T&S Paving by asphalt and construction companies who claim T&S breached its contract with them.
Prior to his recent retirement, 79-year-old Big Jim Hatfield had been Mingo County Clerk for 16 years. He assumed the position in 2002 at the age of 63, right about the time most people are retiring. Prior to that, he was a county commissioner and deputy sheriff. He is well known throughout Mingo County and the rest of southern West Virginia.
CHARLESTON – Federal prosecutors paint former state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry as “vindictive and vengeful,” “not credible,” retaliatory and one who “would not hesitate to flex his power and authority to get what he wanted.”
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County woman is suing two doctors, saying they negligently performed an unnecessary mastectomy and breast reconstruction on her.
LOGAN — A patient is suing Logan County medical providers, alleging negligence.
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing a Williamson health care facility, alleging violation of the West Virginia Human Rights Act and wrongful termination.
LOGAN — A Logan County patient is suing the county medical facility, alleging medical negligence.
WHEELING — Homeowners is suing State Farm Fire and Casualty Company, a licensed insurer, citing alleged breach of insurance contract.
BECKLEY — A Raleigh County woman is suing a Chrysler/Dodge automobile dealer, alleging breach of implied and express warranties.
CLARKSBURG — A Preston County man is suing debt collectors, alleging false and deceptive debt collection practices.
BECKLEY – The Department of Justice is asking a federal court to maintain the conviction of former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship.
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