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Cabell deputy's termination remanded for predisciplinary hearing


Calif. attorney accused of misconduct in Mon County criminal case

CHARLESTON - A California attorney faces ethics charges for allegedly misleading a Monongalia County man that he could aid in his criminal case.

Third woman alleging sexual misconduct by home confinement officer settles

The Robert C. Byrd U.S. Courthouse in Charleston

Fill permit for Logan surface mine upheld


AGs concerned with $7.25B Visa, MasterCard settlement


Developer sues Triad Engineering over size of entrance road


Allstate sued over offer to house hit by plane

MARTINSBURG – A Hedgesville couple says their home insurer won’t pay costs associated with a plane that crashed in their yard and struck their home.

PERSONNEL FILE: Chambers USA recognizes seven Flaherty Sensabaugh attorneys


PERSONNEL FILE: Two Nelson Mullins attorneys named 'notable practicioners'


Scheduling order filed in medical malpractice suit

POINT PLEASANT - A scheduling order has been filed in lawsuit in which a Point Pleasant man is suing Pleasant Valley Hospital Inc. for medical malpractice.

Lawsuit against Pleasant Valley Hospital dismissed

Richard Lindsay

Supreme Court rules against businesses arguing AG can't hire private lawyers

CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has ruled against companies that challenged the Attorney General’s Office’s practice of hiring private attorneys to represent the State.

Woman says Ocwen Loan Servicing wrongfully sent collection letters

HUNTINGTON - A woman is suing Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC after she claims it sent her collection letters that referenced a previously voided claim.

Man sues seven correctional officers over alleged assault

HUNTINGTON - A man is suing seven correctional officers after he was severely beaten while he was incarcerated at the Western Regional Jail.

PERSONNEL FILE: Bailey & Wyant announces addition of Salsbery as Of Counsel


PERSONNEL FILE: Martin & Seibert attorney receives Papal Bulla


CIVIL FILINGS: Berkeley County

May 23

National Mortgage Settlement funds being sent to borrowers


Reclaimed mountaintop mine sites still polluting, groups claim

HUNTINGTON – Three environmental groups have filed lawsuits against three owners of reclaimed mountaintop removal mining sites, claiming the sites are still discharging toxic pollutants.

Cooper Industries to pay $340K to EPA for cleanup of Bluefield site

BLUEFIELD – Cooper Industries, a manufacturer of electrical products, will pay $340,000 to the federal Environmental Protection Agency under a consent decree filed May 23.