BEAUMONT, Texas -- Jefferson County District Judge Donald Floyd has ruled in favor of The Southeast Texas Record, denying plaintiff's attorney Brent Coon's demand to question its editor and reporter.
CHARLESTON -- Steptoe & Johnson has been honored for its longstanding support of the Minority Clerkship Program, jointly sponsored by the West Virginia State Bar and the West Virginia University College of Law.
CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals admitted the following people into the practice of law in West Virginia on April 17 and 18:
Rawlings HUNTINGTON -- Huddleston Bolen has announced that attorneys Matthew Rawlings, Ashley French, Alicia Deligne and Justin Gilfert have joined the firm.
Gifford CLARKSBURG -- Robert E. Gifford, a member in the Clarksburg office of Steptoe & Johnson, is co-chairman of this year's Harris Martin Publishing's "New Exposures in Benzene Litigation Conference" being held May 17-18 in the Bellagio Resort Hotel in Las Vegas.
CHARLESTON - Grant Circuit Judge Andrew Frye stepped out of bounds when he approved a pay raise for Division of Natural Resources conservation officer Stephen Rexrode, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
Broadwater MARTINSBURG -– The late Judge W. Craig Broadwater was honored Wednesday with the 2007 West Virginia Law Day Liberty Bell Award.
Ringer CHARLESTON – West Virginia's only locally produced television program about the law and how it affects daily life celebrates its 200th show on May 10 with a special one-hour call-in from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on West Virginia PBS.
Bastress CHARLESTON – A West Virginia University College of Law professor is the first to throw his hat into the ring for the 2008 state Supreme Court race.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha Circuit Judge has denied Bayer CropScience's motions for a new trial and to alter or amend judgment in a 2004 tax case.
CHARLESTON -- For law school professors and their students, this time of year isn't springtime.
McGraw CHARLESTON - Attorney General Darrell McGraw won his case against a Mercer County asphalt paver nine years ago, but getting Huey Small to pay up has been the difficult part.
CHARLESTON -- Is it even worth it? Do I even waste time and effort going back down this road again?
WHEELING - An Ohio County woman says a grocery chain and a cleaning company employee are responsible for injuries she sustained after slipping at the store.
Vaidya POINT PLEASANT – A Point Pleasant urologist is again a defendant in a lawsuit. Only this time he is being sued for alleged negligence on the highway, and not in the operating room.
State Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher spoke at Legal Aid's Law Day awards luncheon. CHARLESTON -- Legal Aid of West Virginia celebrated Law Day on May 1 by handing out its first Star Awards to people who have helped the group serve their clients.
CHARLESTON -- The state paid more than $125,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a fired member of Attorney General Darrell McGraw's office.
Brad White, president and CEO of Nomad Technologies Inc., talks to Kathleen Gross, deputy administrative director of the courts. Gross is a member of the committee that will choose a vendor for multimedia courtroom equipment. MARTINSBURG -- Multimedia technology could eventually be set up in courtrooms throughout the state, and a special committee's visit to Berkeley County is a step in that direction.