CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Genesis Healthcare after she claims it is responsible for her family member's death. Genesis Operations WV LLC, Genesis Operations LLC, Genesis Eldercare Hospitality Services Inc., Genesis Health Ventures of West Virginia Inc., Genesis Health Ventures of West Virginia LP, Genesis Eldercare Network Services Inc., Genesis Eldercare Management Services Inc., Genesis Eldercare Rehabilitation Services Inc., 723 Summers Street Operations LLC, John Does 1 through 10 and U
CHARLESTON – A Logan County man is suing Little General Store Inc. after he claims he was discriminated against based on his race. Raymond Gardner is African-American and was employed to work full time at the Steak Escape restaurant in Logan operated by Little General from Aug. 9, 2014, until Feb. 4, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Circuit Court. Gardner claims he was employed as a food preparer until he was promoted to assistant manager in December and his rate of pay went from $325
CHARLESTON - A man is suing Genesis Healthcare after he claims it is responsible for his wife's death. Genesis WV Holdings LLC; 1631 Ritter Drive Operations LLC; John Does 1 through 10; and Unidentified Entities 1 through 10 (as to Raleigh Center) were also named as defendants in the suit. Barbara Bailey was a resident of Raleigh Center from May 29, 2014, through July 7, 2014, according to a complaint filed May 27 in Kanawha Circuit Court. Albert Bailey claims his wife died on July 19, 2014,
HUNTINGTON – An Advanced Certified Paralegal with Dinsmore & Shohl was recently elected to a second term as Second Vice President of the National Association of Legal Assistants/Paralegals. Jill I.
WELLSBURG – Jason A. Cuomo was sworn in Aug. 3 as the new circuit judge in the first judicial circuit. Every seat in the circuit courtroom of the Brooke County Courthouse was filled and people were standing around every wall – even out the door – for Monday's ceremony. State Supreme Court Justice Brent D.
CHARLESTON – A couple is suing Vertical Concrete Walls Inc. after they claim it breached its duty by failing to maintain control of its vehicle. On Jan. 13, a one-ton work truck loaded with poured-wall forms and owned by the defendant was parked at the residence of Scott Whitman, which was locate on a hill above the residence of L.D.
Two months ago, having concluded that its authority extends only to promulgated rules and not to proposed ones, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia declined to conduct a review of the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan, as requested by Patrick Morrisey and 14 other state attorneys general.