Sturgeon CHARLESTON -- Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that James M. Sturgeon, Jr. has joined its Charleston office as a member.
News from August 2009
CHARLESTON – Six delivery van drivers for DHL claim they were made to work more than 40 hours a week, but were not paid overtime.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing a pair of Charleston dentists after he says he tripped on an unsafe set of stairs heading out of the dentists' Virginia Street office.
CHARLESTON – A St. Albans man is suing a Kanawha Boulevard bar for injuries he sustained after drunkenly falling down some stairs.
CHARLESTON – A woman says she slipped on some liquid near the women's dressing rooms at K-mart and injured herself.
CHARLESTON – An Elkview couple is suing McDonald's over alleged injuries caused by a slippery floor.
CHARLESTON – A woman claims she hired a group of local lawyers to represent her in a case, but their inaction cost her $400,000.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra is suing a production company, saying it was forced to put on a lesser performance of Giacomo Puccini's "La Boheme" because of the company's failure to do required work.
CHARLESTON – A woman says she was fired as a laborer for Marshall University for complaining about and refusing to work in unsafe work conditions.
CHARLESTON – A man claims that South Charleston police busted into his motel room and seized money from him, though the officers didn't have a warrant and he was never charged or given his money back.
CHARLESTON -- One subject that I haven't addressed to any significant degree in this column is the credibility of witnesses at trial and during depositions.
Aaron CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly welcomes Ryan Aaron to its Charleston office.
Nepa CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly welcomes Martha Nepa to its Charleston office as Counsel.
Whalen CLARKSBURG -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that the firm has named Sherri S. Whalen as Pro Bono Director.
WILMINGTON, Del. -– Three men from Argentina accusing chemical maker DuPont of exposing them to asbestos in Argentina have invoked American jurisdiction pursuant to a treaty that President Franklin Pierce signed in 1853.
Stuart CHARLESTON -- A statewide conservative group is urging Gov. Joe Manchin and the state Legislature to take formal action to protect West Virginia jobs by issuing a joint resolution opposing cap & trade.
Segarra PHILADELPHIA – Asbestos lawyers from two well-known national firms are blocking a subpoena on radiologist Jay Segarra.
Six-year-old Jesse Lewis sits next to Cabell Circuit Judge Alfred Ferguson. The judge invited Lewis, an aspiring judge, to join him on the bench Aug. 3. (Photo by Curtis Johnson/The Herald-Dispatch) HUNTINGTON -- Six-year-old Jesse Lewis struggled to see over the bench Monday morning, but still grasped his dream of becoming a judge.
CHARLESTON -- The State Journal, SCORE and the SBA have announced the August Business for Breakfast is set for 7:30 a.m. Aug. 28 at the Charleston Marriott Town Center's Gauley Room at the Whitewater Grille.