News from February 2006
MORGANTOWN -- A Monongalia County former business owner is seeking over a million dollars for unjust enrichment of his business partners.
HUNTINGTON – A United States District Judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Dr. John A. King against Putnam General Hospital.
CHARLESTON – A bill that has been introduced in both houses of the West Virginia Legislature would limit certain asbestos claims.
CHARLESTON – The judges in Kanawha Circuit Court have asked the Circuit Clerk and County Commission for an $8,000 raise for entry-level deputy circuit clerks.
MORGANTOWN -- A newspaper publishing company is suing the Monongalia County Board of Education for access to a video.
In the tragic tale that is America's affair with the fire-retarding mineral asbestos, Dr. Ray Harron of Bridgeport is one of the most villainous villains.
CHARLESTON – The state Bureau of Employment Programs, Unemployment Compensation Division has brought suit against a Parkersburg-based company for failing to file reports and pay taxes.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman says her employer should have done a better job of protecting her from threats by another worker.
CHARLESTON – Two Charleston women say a South Carolina man hasn't repaid them after they provided his tuition to the University of Charleston.
Laidley Tower CHARLESTON – A Raleigh County man is suing the owners of Laidley Tower, claiming their negligence resulted in him falling at the Charleston high-rise.
CHARLESTON – A North Carolina company with a Charleston office is suing unnamed hackers who they say broke into their computer system.