BECKLEY – Governor-elect Jim Justice’s companies have filed an answer to BMS CAT’s lawsuit alleging they did not pay for flood restoration and cleanup work that was undertaken at The Greenbrier after the flooding in June.
WASHINGTON – A fellow congressional supporter of U.S. Rep. David McKinley's re-introduced House bill to protect pensions and health benefits of more than 120,000 retirees and their families says the legislation is picking up support and momentum.
CLARKSBURG – Two defendants in a multidistrict litigation proceeding involving the Telephone Consumer Protection Act have won summary judgment, dismissing them from an MDL containing 30 cases. The lawsuits sought to hold UTC Fire & Security Americas and Honeywell vicariously liable for calls made by other companies that were attempting to sell home monitoring systems made by UTC and Honeywell.
CHARLESTON – A state Supreme Court hearing regarding the potential suspension of a newly elected circuit judge has been continued until later this month, and none of the elected Justices will hear the case.
What kind of an airhead comes across a box of yet-to-be-unpacked snack items blocking the aisle in a grocery store and – instead of taking a detour or waiting for an employee to remove the obstruction – tries to climb over it?
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Attorney General’s office is stepping into a lawsuit regarding the price of asphalt. On Jan. 10, a lawyer for the state Department of Transportation told legislators the agency has an agreement with Patrick Morrisey’s office to handle the case.