CHARLESTON – A Charleston man who worked as an apprentice for the West Virginia Sheet Metal Worker's Joint Apprenticeship Training Center (JATF) alleges he was discriminated against for being African-American.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has affirmed a judgment in favor of several Charleston attorneys in an appeal alleging legal malpractice during the water crisis litigation that recently settled.
Four years ago, West Virginia managed to climb out of the judicial hellhole we had wallowed in for more than a decade, but we’ve remained on the American Tort Reform Association’s “Watch List” ever since, perilously close to the hole’s edge and perpetually in danger of slipping back in.
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (Legal Newsline) – Chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been in the headlines a lot lately, from congressional hearings to a new film starring Mark Ruffalo that follows the class action lawsuit against DuPont in the Parkersburg area.
CLEVELAND – The federal judge overseeing the national opioid litigation has requested the cases filed by Cabell County and Huntington be remanded back to West Virginia federal courts and is asking for the ruling to be expedited.