ELKINS — Three complaints were filed against New Creek Wind in federal court alleging negative effects on the health and well-being of several residents.
News from January 2019
BECKLEY — Two lawsuits have been filed against Mint Julep Restaurants after they became ill after consuming food at the restaurant in 2016.
CLARKSBURG — EQT Production has been given a January deadline to file a motion for an amended complaint in its case against West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Auston Caperton.
CHARLESTON — Kanawha Family Court Judge Jim Douglas wants there to be someone on the West Virginia Supreme Court with family law experience, so he decided to run in the 2020 election for a seat on the bench.
MORGANTOWN – When the 2019 legislative session begins later this month, we should watch even more closely than usual what happens on the education front, particularly with two new committee chairs.
CHARLESTON — Individual review claims and claims for women who were pregnant during the water contamination crisis nearly five years ago will receive payment.
HUNTINGTON —Huntington settled a lawsuit with a man who claimed he was assaulted by an officer who used a leg-sweep maneuver that caused him injuries.
WAYNE — A Wayne County man is suing Tractor Supply Co. after falling in the parking lot of the chain's Lavalette location.
A patient is suing health care providers, citing alleged negligence.
Motorists are suing the owner and the driver of an SUV, citing alleged negligence.
A carpet installer is suing sheriff's and police departments, and individuals who work for them, alleging outrage/intentional infliction of emotional distress, battery, negligent retention and hiring, false imprisonment, negligent training and supervision, and destruction/spoilation of evidence.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is leading a group of 30 states in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a case regarding a historic cross honoring World War I veterans, a matter he says has much broader implications for the First Amendment.
A Pennsylvania corporation is suing a property owner, citing alleged breach of contract.
A nonprofit organization is suing a flooring company, citing alleged breach of contract.
A manufacturing company is suing a coil supplier, citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
A man has filed a class-action lawsuit against a memorialization service provider, citing alleged common law grave desecration.
A property buyer is suing sellers and an agent, citing alleged breach of duty.
HUNTINGTON — A freelance legal researcher is suing Cabell County Prosecuting Attorney Sean K. "Corky" Hammers for violating the Freedom of Information Act.