WILMINGTON, Del. — A lawsuit has been filed in Delaware involving a company that owns two West Virginia casinos. The lawsuit, which was filed in the Chancery Court of Delaware last week, involves a sports betting controversy that impacted Wheeling Island Casino and Racetrack in Wheeling and Mardi Gras Casino in Nitro, according to MetroNews.
News from April 2019
NEW MARTINSVILLE – A Canonsburg, Pennsylvania company alleges it was not paid in full for work it performed relating to a pipeline project.
BECKLEY – A Florida limited liability company and a Raleigh County landowner have filed a suit against a repair station and aircraft parts manufacturer over the repair of an engine.
BECKLEY – A West Virginia couple alleges a new Honda vehicle they purchased has issues that the manufacturer has failed to correct.
Woman alleges Laurel Lodge Enterprises, Beckley Lodging failed to provide her safety equipment to clean black mold
BECKLEY – A woman alleges she was forced to quit her job at a Raleigh County hotel because she was made to clean black mold without the appropriate safety equipment.
CHARLESTON – A state agency alleges that a coal mining company is unlawfully discharging pollutants in excess of its permit levels in Kanawha County.
BECKLEY – A Raleigh County woman alleges she was terminated from her position as head housekeeper by her employer for refusing to lie in a pending litigation against it.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has sided with the Morgan Circuit Court on a case involving a writ of prohibition filed by the state after a man requested deferred adjudication in a driving under the influence offense.
MARTINSBURG — The city of Charles Town is suing drug manufacturers and distributors it claims played a part in the opioid epidemic in the state.
JACKSON KELLY PLLC: Thirty-Six Jackson Kelly Attorneys Named to 2019 West Virginia Super Lawyers or Rising Stars Lists
Jackson Kelly PLLC is pleased to announce that 36 of the firm’s attorneys have been named 2019 West Virginia Super Lawyers or Rising Stars, which recognize lawyers who have achieved a significant level of peer recognition and professional achievement.
WASHINGTON – The ability of small businesses to drive innovation is critical to U.S. competitiveness. The U.S. Small Business Administration recently announced the addition of seven new clusters to its portfolio of communities it supports through the Regional Innovation Clusters Initiative, raising the total number of clusters in the program to fourteen.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Cameron couple alleges their property has been damaged by coal mining operations.
HUNTINGTON – A Barboursville man is suing a group of men and a gentleman's club over a rear-end collision on U.S. 60.
WILLIAMSON – A Baisden couple is suing the seller and manufacturer of their mobile home over allegations the home was damaged during transport and the company failed to repair the damage.
BECKLEY – A Mount Hope man is suing a lumber company alleging that he was caused to slip and fall because of ice on the premises.
BECKLEY – A Raleigh County couple alleges a doctor's negligence in treating a fracture has caused the husband pain and injury.
BECKLEY – A Raleigh County woman is suing a college over allegations she was sexually harassed by an employee while attending the institution.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that Logan Circuit Court did not err when it denied a man's post-trial motions for judgment asking for a new trial.
WHEELING – A former Ohio County teacher at the heart of a civil lawsuit claiming she sexually and mentally abused a former student has been arrested.