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Workman argues that logic and common sense are not lawful

By The West Virginia Record | Sep 25, 2018

“On August 13, 2018, the West Virginia House of Delegates broke the law,” charges one of five state Supreme Court justices whose egregious misbehavior prompted the alleged law-breaking by the delegates. “On that day, the House adopted numerous Articles of Impeachment setting the petitioner to stand trial before the West Virginia Senate.”

Federal court enjoins Fayette Co. from using zoning laws to interview with construction of compressor station

By Timothy Miller and Christopher "Kip" Power | Sep 25, 2018

CHARLESTON – On Aug. 29, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia issued a Memorandum Opinion and Order granting Mountain Valley Pipeline summary judgment and permanently the County Commission of Fayette County, West Virginia, from using a zoning ordinance to bar construction of the Stallworth Compressor Station.

Painters' union accuses contractor of late contributions

By Bree Gonzales | Sep 25, 2018

CHARLESTON — A labor union and health plan are suing a Kentucky contractor, alleging it owes more than $2,600.

Wyoming Co. motel owners accuse cable company of breach of contract

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Sep 25, 2018

BECKLEY — Property owners of a Wyoming County mote are suing a cable company, alleging breach of contract.

Huntington man alleges van driver ran him over

By Bree Gonzales | Sep 25, 2018

HUNTINGTON — A Huntington man is suing a van driver and his employer, alleging negligence caused the plaintiff to be run over.

WV Citizens for Clean Elections circulates petition for clean court balloting

By Kyla Asbury | Sep 24, 2018

CHARLESTON — An organization is urging Gov. Jim Justice and the West Virginia Senate to conduct clean, transparent and prompt special elections for vacancies on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.

Worker accuses Kanawha County design firm of racial discrimination

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Sep 24, 2018

CHARLESTON — A worker is suing a Kanawha County design firm, alleging racial discrimination and a hostile work environment.

Couple alleges WVU hospital system negligence led to wife's suffering

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Sep 24, 2018

MORGANTOWN — A West Virginia couple is suing the West Virginia University hospital board, alleging negligence led to wife's suffering .

Family member accuses former business partners of breaching agreement

By Bree Gonzales | Sep 24, 2018

HUNTINGTON — A family member is suing business partners of a deceased relative, alleging breach of a partnership agreement and fiduciary duty, breach of joint venture agreement, negligence and misrepresentation, and tortious interference with a partnership agreement.

Resident alleges nursing home's negligence cause her to suffer wound infection

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Sep 24, 2018

CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County woman is suing a Dunbar nursing home, alleging negligent supervision led to her suffering a wound infection.

Towing service alleges Bluefield, police department breached contract

By Bree Gonzales | Sep 24, 2018

PRINCETON — A towing service is suing Bluefield and its police department, alleging breach of implied contract, denial of due process, and wrongful and improper denial of a valid Freedom of Information Act request.

Supreme Court dismisses writ challenging Jenkins, Armstead appointments

By Kyla Asbury and Chris Dickerson | Sep 24, 2018

CHARLESTON —Those challenging Gov. Jim Justice's appointments to replace former Justices Robin Jean Davis and Menis Ketchum argued in front of the West Virginia Supreme Court this morning.

Workman wants articles of impeachment against her dismissed, also seeks trial delay

By Chris Dickerson | Sep 24, 2018

CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Chief Justice Margaret Workman has filed motions with the state Senate to have the articles of impeachment against her dismissed.

BOWLES RICE: Bowles Rice Welcomes Two New Attorneys

By Press release submission | Sep 23, 2018

Bowles Rice is pleased to welcome two new attorneys to the firm: Andrea McCardle and Anthony Giresi.

DUFFIELD LOVEJOY STEMPLE & BOGGS PLCC: Which type of disability benefits is the right choice for you?

By Press release submission | Sep 21, 2018

Disability benefits are available to certain individuals who are unable to work due specific types of medical conditions or mental impairments.

DITRAPANO BARRETT DIPIERO MCGINLEY & SIMMONS PLLC: Why Are Medical Malpractice Claims Considered Civil Cases?

By Press release submission | Sep 21, 2018

If you or a loved one have been injured while under the care of a healthcare professional, you may have grounds for a medical malpractice case.

Wyoming Co. man says PSD's negligence led to cancer

By Philip Gonzales | Sep 21, 2018

PINEVILLE — A Wyoming County customer has filed a class action lawsuit against water suppliers, alleging negligence led to the plaintiff developing cancer.

Lincoln Co. woman claims Sears' negligence led to her fall, injuries

By Philip Gonzales | Sep 21, 2018

HUNTINGTON — A Lincoln County woman is suing Sears, alleging negligence led to injuries to the plaintiff.

Customer alleges Wal-Mart's negligence led to him being struck by shopping carts

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Sep 21, 2018

CLARKSBURG — A Marion County customer is suing Wal-Mart, alleging negligence and vicarious liability.

CAMC employee alleges he was subjected to workplace harassment

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Sep 21, 2018

CHARLESTON — An employee is suing a Charleston medical facility, alleging racial discrimination and a hostile work environment.

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