News from November 2012

AG-elect Morrisey ready to implement 17-point plan

By John O'Brien | Nov 12, 2012

Attorney General-elect Patrick Morrisey speaks at a press conference Nov. 8 in Charleston

Supreme Court says Jefferson judge didn't follow directive in previous decision

By Nathan Bass | Nov 13, 2012

CHARLESTON - The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has blocked the Jefferson County Circuit Court from forcing the CEO of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, Roger Crandall, to be deposed.

Monongalia County woman says Gabriel Brothers fired her over pregnancy

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 13, 2012

MORGANTOWN -- A former employee is suing Gabriel Brothers, Inc., after she claims her employment was terminated because she was pregnant.

Law firm alleges attorney stole records

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 13, 2012

MORGANTOWN -- The law firm of Berryman, Hall and Matheny, PLLC is suing an attorney it claims took financial records and equipment from its premises.

Man sues physician over toe surgery problems

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 13, 2012

MORGANTOWN -- A man is suing a physician he claims was negligent in caring for him and informing him about the risks of a surgical procedure.

Parent sues West Virginia Division of Juvenile Services over daughter's alleged rape

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 13, 2012

CHARLESTON -- The parent of a young girl who was allegedly raped during her incarceration in James H. "Tiger" Morton Juvenile Center is suing the state division of juvenile services for the child's injuries.

Woman files lawsuit in Lincoln over car wreck

By Harmon Marks | Nov 14, 2012

HAMLIN -- Tiffany Dyer is asking a Lincoln County jury to award her $250,000 in compensatory damages, plus such other relief adjudged just and proper, for serious injuries she says resulted from a November 2010 vehicle accident.

Fired Cabell County woman files class action against in Lincoln County

By Harmon Marks | Nov 14, 2012

HAMLIN -- A discharged customer service agent is suing, Inc. and NCCS, Inc., for allegedly failing to pay her and other former employees within 72 hours of discharge.

Disbarred Barbour attorney pleads guilty to mail fraud

By Lawrence Smith | Nov 14, 2012

CHARLESTON – On the heels of surrendering her license, a Barbour County attorney has pled guilty to charges she defrauded the state in submitting inflated bills for court-appointed criminal defense work.

Former business partner breached contract, suit says

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 14, 2012

HUNTINGTON – An Ona woman is suing her former business partner after she claims he breached his contract with her.

Kanawha case to appear on TruTV

By John O'Brien | Nov 14, 2012

CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County case is being featured on the television program “In Session,” which airs on the TruTV cable channel.

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