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Judge Keeley assigned to Monitronics MDL

Keeley

WVU College of Law gains asylum for Syrian mother, son

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.

Tomblin appoints attorney to state Senate

Tomblin

Alderson woman denied health care coverage in Fourth Circuit ruling

Davis

Judge loses discrimination argument at Fourth Circuit

Niemeyer

Justice Benjamin disagrees with front pay award in $2M case

Benjamin

Benjamin will be court's chief justice in 2013

Benjamin

Former Supreme Court justice joins Bowles Rice

McHugh

Building code lawsuit against Shepherdstown dismissed

Groh

Lawsuit against Bank of America sent back to Cabell court

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.

Couple blames Skyline Transportation for car accident

Chiartas

Cook's Plumbing says Palace Properties failed to pay

HUNTINGTON – Cook’s Plumbing is suing Palace Properties, LLC, for allegedly failing to pay nearly $30,000 for goods and services.

Four more suits filed against MSU

CHARLESTON – Four more lawsuits have been filed against Mountain State University regarding its alleged failure to keep students informed about its accreditation.

Woman quickly drops sexual harassment suit against Maple Creative

CHARLESTON – A woman who was suing Maple Creative, LLC for sexual harassment has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit.

Girl Scouts sue six Troop Cookie Chairs over more than $25,000

Hughart

PERSONNEL FILE: Two attorneys join Spilman's Wheeling office

Musser Hawrot

PERSONNEL FILE: Steptoe & Johnson elevates 10 to membership

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.

PERSONNEL FILE: Kay Casto & Chaney adds attorneys

Betts

PERSONNEL FILE: Allen, Kopet & Associates receives recognition

The law firm of Allen, Kopet & Associates, PLLC was recently honored and recognized by two different organizations.

CIVIL FILINGS: Putnam County

Dec. 19