WHEELING — Federal prosecutors have filed a motion to dismiss the remaining counts of a federal indictment against Dr. Roland F. Chalifoux this week.
News from November 2018
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has affirmed the state Public Service Commission’s approval of Brooke County Power’s gas plant, saying developers had “substantially complied” with state power plant siting rules.
CHARLESTON – A state Supreme Court decision could affect how coal miners file workers’ compensation claims, but Chief Justice Margaret Workman isn't happy about it.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County couple is suing finance companies, alleging fraud and unconscionable inducement.
WEST UNION — A crane rental company is suing a business customer, alleging it owes more than $44,000 breach of contract.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County man is suing an insurance agency, alleging age discrimination, breach of employment contract, and wrongful termination.
CHARLESTON — A Fayette County husband and wife are suing a Charleston medical facility, alleging negligence.
CHARLESTON — Supreme Court candidate Robert J. Frank said he has a three-part plan he wants to enact if he is elected to the court.
MOUNDSVILLE — Six lawsuits have been filed against EQT Production Company after the plaintiffs claim the company failed to pay oil and gas royalties.
MOUNDSVILLE — Two lawsuits have been filed against Gastar Exploration USA for oil and gas royalties.
WHEELING — An Ohio County woman is suing Manasseh Jordan Ministries after she claims it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
CHARLESTON — A supplier is suing a St. Albans hotel operator, alleging unpaid goods.
PHILIPPI — A licensed practical nurse is suing a Barbour County hospice, alleging disability discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.
PRINCETON — An operating room specialty nurse is suing a Mercer County hospital group, alleging an unsafe work environment.
State attorneys general always have played a significant role on issues of national importance, as they hold a unique and powerful position in our federalist system of government. They exercise an independent authority separate and distinct from other organs of state government, including the governor.
Though they might ordinarily affirm the maxim that justice delayed is justice denied, our three convicted, suspended, and/or retired state Supreme Court justices seem none too eager to have justice applied to them. Perhaps they’re in no hurry and don’t mind waiting.
MOUNDSVILLE — Royalty interest owners are suing Chevron and other oil and gas well operators, alleging breach of a lease agreement.
FAYETTEVILLE — Two Fayette County property owners are suing two railroad companies, alleging breach of an agreement.
LOGAN — Siblings are suing a Charleston funeral service provider, alleging breach of contract and intentional infliction of emotional distress when they say a woman's corpse and casket were damaged during a funeral ceremony.