CHARLESTON -- A Putnam County couple named 81 defendants in their asbestos case, claiming they caused a mesothelioma diagnosis.
CHARLESTON -- A woman is suing Conseco Insurance Company after she claims the business acted in bad faith and breached its contract with her.
CHARLESTON -- A Pocahontas County woman is suing Low-Moor Inc. after she claims her employment was wrongfully terminated because she complained about being harassed.
HUNTINGTON -- Cabell County is trying to revive its Teen Court.
CLARKSBURG –- A Virginia-based financial institution alleges the Gilmer County Clerk's Office did not follow state law when it failed to list all the debtors in 2008 financing statement.
WAYNE -- A Wayne County man is suing the Wayne County Commission and two sheriff's deputies after he claims he sustained injuries when the sheriff's deputies used unnecessary and excessive force.
WAYNE -- A Wayne County man is suing four individuals he claims are responsible for injuries he sustained in their apartment.
MORGANTOWN -- A Harrison County woman is suing Summit Engineering after she claims it is responsible for her daughter's death.
MORGANTOWN -- An Upshur County woman is suing a Monongalia County attorney that she claims failed to competently represent her.
Iskra CHARLESTON -- The management team of the law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced it has formed the Community Banking Group to serve the needs of community banks.
Daniel Mulholland, of Forman Perry Watkins Krutz & Tardy, litigated the fraud case against the two asbestos attorneys. NATCHEZ, Miss. -- Two attorneys found to have committed fraud during asbestos litigation may be on the hook for nearly $1 million in legal fees incurred by the company that fought them.
McGraw WASHINGTON -- A Washington, D.C.-area public interest law and policy center called last month's decision by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in favor of Janssen Pharmaceutica and its parent company Johnson & Johnson a "victory."
Webster CHARLESTON –- On Thursday, the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission filed an appeal with the state Supreme Court, seeking to overturn a Tuesday ruling by Kanawha Circuit Judge Carrie Webster that would allow four South Charleston players to play in the state Class AAA championship game.
Browning CHARLESTON -- With economic development and job creation in the forefront of his state priorities, a comprehensive study to analyze an action plan regarding the tourism industry in West Virginia has begun.
Cooper CHARLESTON -- Another petition asking the state Supreme Court to weigh in on a special gubernatorial election has been filed.