CHARLESTON – Misdemeanor charges against a former WSAZ meteorologist who had been accused of assaulting a co-worker at a Charleston bar have been dismissed.
News from January 2019
CHARLESTON – A true story with information left out becomes highly deceptive. The media has reported extensively on the settlement cost involved in the termination of 12 individuals in the Secretary of State's Office when Mac Warner took office.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof....” Though the First Amendment protects our right to follow our faiths, courts have often misinterpreted it to justify restrictions on religious freedom.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia House of Delegates filed a petition Tuesday with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the court to review the decision from October when the state Supreme Court halted impeachment proceedings in the state Senate.
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP is pleased to announce J. Corey Asay, Charles E. Baverman III, Kelby T. Gray, Thomas J. Hayes, Jason W. Hilliard, Kerry O. Irwin, Katie P. Jacob, Alina Klimkina, Drew A. Linnenbom, Matt Lockhart, Sarah Mikowski McKenna, Anthony Pisano, Natalie H. Rauf and Arie M. Spitz have been elected to partnership effective Jan. 1. Pamela W. Bridgeport has been named partner of counsel.
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP issued the following announcement on Jan. 2.Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has elected attorneys Christian Gonzalez and Grahmn N.
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has added Raymond L. Harrell, Jr. as an associate to the firm’s Charleston office.
Bowles Rice has elected 11 new equity and non-equity partners, effective January 1, 2019.
CLARK HILL PLC: Clark Hill Announces the Election of 16 Senior Attorneys & Senior Counsel as Members, and the Promotion of 18 Associates to Senior Attorney
Clark Hill today announced the promotion of 11 senior attorneys and five senior counsel to membership in the firm, and the promotion of 18 associates to senior attorney.
AT&T customers have filed a class-action lawsuit against a debt collector, citing an alleged violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act.
CHARLESTON – The 2019 Legislature now is in session, and those who follow the legal system are ready for a lively session.
A consumer is suing a debt collector, citing alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.
A laborer/hydroblast technician and his wife are suing his former employer and individuals, citing alleged discriminatory termination of an injured employee, disability discrimination and termination in violation of substantial public policy.
A Whitman property owner is suing Nationwide Property & Casualty Insurance Company, Kenneth R. Conaway, et. al., insurance and adjusters, citing alleged breach of contract, common law bad faith breach of fiduciary duty, and unfair trade practices.
A customer is suing a retail store operator, citing alleged negligence and premises liability.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey recently joined a coalition of 18 states urging the U.S. Supreme Court to consider a case with implications for the Second Amendment.
CHARLESTON – Gov. Jim Justice is calling for the creation of an intermediate court of appeals in his annual State of the State address.
An interest owner is suing oil and gas well operators, citing alleged breach of contract.