News from January 2014
WHEELING - A Weirton resident is suing after allegedly sustaining injuries while shopping at Cabela's.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is leading a response to a proposed federal rule about the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
CHARLESTON, W. Va. (Legal Newsline) - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced a lawsuit Thursday against a Nevada debt settlement company based in Chicago that allegedly violated state consumer protection laws.
HUNTINGTON – Speedway LLC has removed a personal injury lawsuit against it to federal court, arguing the plaintiff is seeking more than $75,000.
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when the EPA began to shift its focus from environmental protection to economic destruction, but the change now is too obvious to be denied or ignored. From the war on fossil fuels to the war on industry to the war on agriculture, it’s clear that this agency has unilaterally redefined its mission and declared the productive American citizen its enemy.
HUNTINGTON – Walmart has removed a personal injury lawsuit from Wayne County Circuit Court to federal court in Huntington.
RICHMOND, Va. – The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday ruled that the Jackson Kelly law firm and Elk Run Coal Co. did not commit fraud on the court regarding the denial of a deceased miner’s black lung claims.
CHARLESTON – Jackson Kelly attorneys Jessica Alsop and Robert F. Duncan have been elected to three year terms on the Firm’s Executive Committee effective Jan. 1.
CHARLESTON -- Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that Robert R. Rodecker has joined its Charleston office.
BRIDGEPORT – Steptoe & Johnson Chief Information Officer Andrew Z. Adkins III has been named to the inaugural 2013 Legal Business Trailblazers and Pioneers by the National Law Journal.