Loughry CHARLESTON – After nearly two hours of oral arguments, the question of additional public funding in the state Supreme Court race rests squarely in the hands of the state Supreme Court.
News from September 2012
CHARLESTON -- A Bellaire, Ohio, man is suing Neiswonger & White Law Officers after he claims the law firm failed to do anything with his lawsuit and allowed it to be dismissed after there was no activity for more than one year after it was filed.
CHARLESTON -- A woman is suing the Kanawha County Board of Education after she claims it is responsible for injuries her daughter sustained at Dunbar Intermediate School.
CHARLESTON -- A woman is suing Charleston Town Center Company after she was injured while on its premises.
CHARLESTON -- A student is suing Everest Institute-Cross Lanes after she was injured while participating in a required school activity.
CHARLESTON -- A woman is suing Kanawha Valley Homes, Inc. after she claims she suffered a gun shot wound and was injured while at the apartment building.
CHARLESTON -- Two men are suing Baker Hughes Oilfield Operations, Inc. after they were injured when one of its employees was drinking and driving.
Yoder HARPERS FERRY -- Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge John Yoder -- the other Republican vying for a seat on the state's high court -- is in a statistical tie with Democratic opponent Letitia "Tish" Chafin, according to a recent survey.
CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing Summit Financial Group, Inc., after she claims she was subjected to a hostile work environment and discrimination during her employment.
CHARLESTON -- A man is suing KJ Group, LLC after he claims it discriminated against him because of his race.
WINFIELD -- A Putnam County woman and her husband are suing Wal-mart Stores East, Inc. after injuries were sustained at its store.
WINFIELD -- A woman is suing her dentist after she claims she was injured while the defendant was repairing her tooth.
WINFIELD -- A former employee is suing Rudd Equipment Company, Inc. after she claims she was discriminated against because of her health condition.
Bailey CHARLESTON -- Managing member Charles R. "Chuck" Bailey has been listed as a notable practitioner in litigation by his peers in the 2012 edition of the reputable legal industry publication Chambers and Partners.
MARTINSBURG – Separate lawsuits filed in Berkeley Circuit Court by two former county employees allege they were fired for exposing either nepotism or cronyism.
MORGANTOWN – A Monongalia County man is accusing various officials, including a Marion County family law judge, of violating his civil rights.
Cuccinelli CHARLESTON -– Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will be in Charleston on Saturday to help Patrick Morrisey in his race against incumbent West Virginia AG Darrell McGraw.
CHARLESTON - Republican state Attorney General challenger Patrick Morrisey kicked off his fall ad campaign with a radio spot that begin airing last week.