News from April 2011
Chambers HUNTINGTON – Tax preparer Jackson Hewitt claims a Bailey & Glasser client who started a class action over refund anticipation loans obtained one in a scheme to cheat on her taxes.
Media Center's Senior Computer Animator Joe Justice. (Photo by Kyla Asbury) CHARLESTON – There are certain events that are better seen than explained and the Media Center's Senior Computer Animator Joe Justice uses forensic animation to help attorneys demonstrate these types of events.
While Smokey Robinson's mother may have advised him to "shop around," she was talking about courtship not courtrooms.
Goodwin CHARLESTON – Lawyers who sued drug maker Actavis and distributor Mylan tell U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin they deserve $6 million for achieving a great settlement, but Actavis lawyer Matthew Moriarty of Cleveland wonders why they don't tell the world.
CHARLESTON -- A final order in a 2008 lawsuit involving the death of a Charleston man was issued March 7 for damages of more than $400,000.
Workman CHARLESTON -– A group from the Republic of Georgia visited Monday with members of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia and the state Attorney General, among others, to discuss the Freedom of Information Act.
HUNTINGTON -- Huddleston Bolen announced that two Business4Breakfast seminars will be held in April.
CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing Headwaters Inc. after she claims her employment was wrongfully terminated.
CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing Blue Ridge Nursing LLC after he claims he was bitten by a spider.
CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing G4S Secure Solutions after she claims it subjected her and possibly other employees to workers' compensation discrimination.