CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is reminding residents to be on guard against a phone scam in which a caller pretends to work for the Internal Revenue Service and threatens residents if they don’t pay a certain sum using a pre-paid debit card or money order.
CHARLESTON – West Virginians are known for coming together to support each other in times of need – whether to help communities recover from a disaster or through statewide volunteer projects as part of Day to Serve.
MARTINSBURG – Clarence E. Martin III and Lisa A. Green of Martin & Seibert recently served as Charter Members for the newly recognized Northern District of West Virginia Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
WASHINGTON – The Justice Department says a West Virginia developer and entities affiliated with him have agreed to pay $110,000 and make approximately $1.7 million in retrofits required to remove accessibility barriers at 30 apartment complexes, involving more than 750 units in West Virginia.