CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County woman is suing a loan servicer, alleging misrepresentation in debt collection.
News from October 2018
CHARLESTON — A mother is suing the state natural resources division, alleging disability discrimination and wrongful termination against her daughter.
PRINCETON — A family member is suing a medical facility, alleging negligence caused the death of a patient.
RIPLEY — An assistant principal is suing the county school board, alleging age discrimination.
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justice Beth Walker apologized to taxpayers and to lawmakers for “mistakes I made” that led to her being impeached and on trial for removal from the bench.
CHARLESTON – Evan Jenkins was sworn in as a state Supreme Court Justice, but a legal challenge to his appointment and his position on the Nov. 6 ballot might not be over.
CHARLES TOWN — Jefferson County Vision (JCV) is suing the Jefferson County Development Authority (JCDA), alleging the authority failed to comply with state law.
FAYETTEVILLE — A Fayette County couple is suing a hair salon owner, alleging negligence led to the wife sustaining injuries.
CHARLESTON — A Florida couple is suing dozens of companies, alleging failure to warn of the dangers of exposure to asbestos.
CHARLESTON — A marketing specialist is suing the state agriculture department, alleging discrimination and retaliation.
MORGANTOWN — Two West Virginia University College of Law second-year law students spent time this summer working with Google through its Legal Summer Institute.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office is suing a firewood supplier, alleging breach of implied warranty.
CHARLESTON — A Logan County man is suing a South Charleston medical facility, alleging medical negligence and sexual assault.
CHARLESTON — A Boone County man is suing South Charleston medical facility, alleging medical negligence and sexual assault.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County woman is suing Wal-Mart, alleging negligence led to injuries to the plaintiff.
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justice Beth Walker will remain on the bench. After about two hours of deliberation, the state Senate – acting as the jury for the court of impeachment – voted 32-1 not to remove Walker from office.