One of the issues that I confront on a regular basis is accusations that our jury research is biased. That is, either plaintiff counsel or defense counsel claims that our research has a particular agenda. They sometimes claim our agenda reflects our client's position in a particular case. My response ... huh?
Souter WASHINGTON -- Former U.S. Solicitor General Ted Olson stood before the nine Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday and warned them that the manner in which judges are elected is no longer working.
HUNTINGTON -- A Columbus, Ohio, company is suing Huntington Alloys Corporation, the United Steel Workers of America union and two individuals for more than $100,000 because it says the metal company didn't pay for renting uniforms for workers.
CHARLESTON - The state Supreme Court has upheld a lower court decision prohibiting the city council of a Putnam County municipality from considering a mayoral candidate's challenge of disputed ballots.
Nelson CHARLESTON -- Kevin Nelson, a partner with Huddleston Bolen LLP and girls' soccer coach at Charleston Catholic High School, has been named 2008 Mideast Sectional coach of the year by the National Federation of High School Coaches Association.
CHARLESTON – Three Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals cleared Circuit Judge Andrew Frye of a damage claim from a former Mineral County magistrate court clerk he fired after her son filed to run for circuit clerk.