WASHINGTON -- A group of defense attorneys says a protective order entered by a West Virginia court will "seriously and unnecessarily" impede the ability of law enforcement and insurers to protect businesses and consumers from insurance fraud.
News from October 2011
Stuart CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Republican Party on Friday, anticipating future litigation, provided written notice to various state offices asking that all documents related to redistricting be preserved.
Ketchum CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled last week that a circuit court order awarding more than $400,000 to former Cabell County Jail employees be reversed.
HUNTINGTON -- University Physicians & Surgeons is suing Perot Systems for failing to exercise the expertise it asserted it had.
The Herald-Dispatch building in Huntington. HUNTINGTON -- A woman is suing Champion Publishing after she was injured while on The Herald-Dispatch's premises in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON -- A Putnam County couple is suing Marshall University Board of Governors after they were injured on their way to attend a class.
Ketchum CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals last week upheld a circuit court's ruling in favor of a popular tire and auto parts chain.
Thacker WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jay Rockefeller and Joe Manchin will introduce West Virginia attorney Stephanie Thacker at a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday.
Peirce WASHINGTON -– The U.S. Supreme Court will let stand a ruling that reopened a fraud case against a Pittsburgh asbestos law firm.
Thacker WASHINGTON -- West Virginia attorney Stephanie Thacker touched on her experience as both a prosecutor and private practice attorney while testifying before a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
HUNTINGTON -- A Wayne County woman is suing Cabell Huntington Hospital after she was injured on the hospital premises.
HUNTINGTON -- The mother of a child injured on the swing set at Altizer Elementary is suing the Cabell County Board of Education for her daughter's injuries.
HUNTINGTON -- A Point Pleasant woman is suing Cabell Huntington Hospital and the Marshall University Board of Governors for her brother's death, for which she claims they are responsible.
CHARLESTON -- A former Lerner New York, Inc., employee is suing after she claims the company failed to pay her final wages within 72 hours of discharge.
CHARLESTON -- The man is suing Prestera Center for Mental Health Services, Inc., after his son died while in their care.
CHARLESTON -- A couple is suing Fruth Pharmacy after they claim the pharmacy failed to warn them about medications.
CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing One Communications Management Co. and Fibernet for failure to pay her final wages within 72 hours of discharge.
CHARLESTON -– The 18th edition of The Best Lawyers in America, a peer-review publication in the legal profession ("Best Lawyers"), has named 11 Jackson Kelly PLLC lawyers as Best Lawyers' 2012 Lawyers of the Year.
PITTSBURGH -– Dinsmore is pleased to announce that Michelle L. Kopnski has joined the firm as a partner in the Corporate Department and as a member of the Taxation Practice Group.