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Sides spar over where river death case should be heard

HUNTINGTON –- An Ohio man's complaint hangs in limbo after he and the defendants continue to argue over whether a federal or circuit court should hear the case.

Woman sues Division of Corrections, officers for sexual misconduct

CHARLESTON -- A woman who was incarcerated in the Lakin Correctional Center is suing the West Virginia Division of Corrections, correctional officers and others after she claims she was sexually assaulted, abused and harassed.

Women sue correctional officer, Division of Corrections for sexual misconduct

CHARLESTON -- Two women who were incarcerated in the Lakin Correctional Center are suing the West Virginia Division of Corrections, a correctional officer and others after they claim they were sexually assaulted, abused and harassed.

Wolfe Construction sues Eye & Ear Clinic for failure to pay

CHARLESTON -- Wolfe Construction Company is suing Eye & Ear Clinic of Charleston and Eye & Ear Clinic Physicians for failure to pay for services.

Moss looking for new agent

Moss CHARLESTON -- After parting ways with his Charleston-based agent, NFL star Randy Moss is looking for a new representative.

Couple sues Taco Bell for injuries

WINFIELD -- A man and his wife are suing Taco Bell of America after he was injured in the Scott Depot restaurant location.

Writer sues Hurricane, city officials over FOIA requests

WINFIELD -- After not being able to obtain information, a Putnam County freelance legal researcher and writer is suing the City of Hurricane, Mayor Scott Edwards and the city manager under the Freedom of Information Act.

Jackson Co. couple sues Marshall Board of Governors for injuries during surgery

HUNTINGTON -- A Jackson County woman and her husband are suing the Marshall University Board of Governors after injuries during a surgery caused her to need a significant blood transfusion.

Steelworks sues Consolidated Distributing for unpaid debt

HUNTINGTON -- Steelworks Production Systems is suing Consolidated Distributing and an individual for $30,000 it claims is owed.

Man sues Huntington, Sanitary Board for race discrimination

HUNTINGTON -- A Huntington man is suing the City of Huntington and the Huntington Sanitary Board after he claims he was discriminated against because of his race.

Business sues individual for failure to pay more than $100,000 in rent

HUNTINGTON -- Frederick Management Company is suing a Huntington man for failure to pay rent for 72 months.

Woman sues Cabell Huntington Hospital, Synthes for defective elbow plate

HUNTINGTON — A woman is suing Cabell Huntington Hospital and Synthes for a defective elbow plate that was implanted into her elbow after an injury.

Ohio woman sues physician, C.R. Bard, Covidien for medical device defects

HUNTINGTON -- An Ohio woman is suing C.R. Bard, Covidien and a Huntington obstetrician and gynecologist after she claims she was implanted with defective products.

Kentucky woman sues Wendy's for injuries

HUNTINGTON -- A Bardstown, Ky., woman is suing Wendy's after she was injured in its Barboursville location.

Greear says he enjoys public service

Greear CHARLESTON -- Dan Greear believes being a judge is something every lawyer thinks about at some point in their lives.

Shepherdstown newspaper sues Secretary of State over election law

CHARLESTON -- The publisher of the Shepherdstown Observer is suing Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, claiming she misapplied election law and stifled the newspaper's investigation into alleged voting irregularities.

Judge orders mental evaluation for Charleston attorney in client beating

CHARLESTON -- A judge wants a Charleston attorney to undergo a mental evaluation before deciding on what sentence to impose on him for battering a former client.

SC stays with original opinion in DuPont case

Davis CHARLESTON - The state Supreme Court will not second-guess its stance on punitive damages in a once-$381 million case against DuPont.

Drug stores turn to Comcast ruling in McGraw's case

McGraw CHARLESTON - A group of drug stores wants a lawsuit filed by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw to be heard in federal court, just as his antitrust case against cable provider Comcast is.

Judge on Medicaid withhold debate gives up case

McGraw CHARLESTON - The federal judge who affirmed a withhold of federal Medicaid funds to West Virginia because of a settlement reached by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw has stepped down from a similar, higher-priced case.