News from January 2013
MORGANTOWN – A Syrian mother and her son have gained asylum in the United States thanks to West Virginia University College of Law students and professors.
HUNTINGTON – A federal judge has granted the plaintiff’s motion to remand a breach of contract and illegal debt collection case against Bank of America back to the Circuit Court of Cabell County.
HUNTINGTON – Cook’s Plumbing is suing Palace Properties, LLC, for allegedly failing to pay nearly $30,000 for goods and services.
CHARLESTON – Four more lawsuits have been filed against Mountain State University regarding its alleged failure to keep students informed about its accreditation.
CHARLESTON – A woman who was suing Maple Creative, LLC for sexual harassment has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit.
BRIDGEPORT - Susan S. Brewer, CEO of Steptoe & Johnson, has announced that effective Jan. 1, 10 of the firm’s attorneys will be promoted to membership.
The law firm of Allen, Kopet & Associates, PLLC was recently honored and recognized by two different organizations.