Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2005Currey claims he was wrongfully discharged and discriminated against by Crompton Corporation and Manufacturing Corporation, Chemtura Corporation and his supervisor Keiffer Hess following an workplace accident. He is seeking damages in the form of punitive damages for severe emotional distress and also for lost income and benefits, reinstatement, attorney's fees and court costs.
Kenneth W. Currey v. Crompton Corporation, Crompton Manufacturing Corporation, Inc., Chemtura Corporation, and Keiffer Hess
J-Stone; PA-Drew M. Capuder
Friday, Dec. 29, 2005
John P. Williams v. Magistrate Mike Roberts
J-Clawges; PA-Brandon J. Kupec
Williams claims his rights were violated because he was not granted a criminal trial following his arrest for a misdemeanor crime. He is seeking damages in the forms of a writ of prohibition staying the trial and a mandamus.
Ashley B. Taylor v. West Virginia University Medical Corporation and West Virginia University Board of Governors
J-Stone; PA-William L. Frame
Taylor is suing WVU Medical Corp. and WVU BOG for medical malpractice and breach of standard of care. She is seeking punitive damages for motor and sensory deficits, scarring, atrophy, disfigurement, mental anguish, and loss of ability to enjoy life and damages for medical bills, attorney's fees, and court costs.
Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006
Joyce Metheny, Edith Brenwalt, and Jimmy Hammond v. West Virginia Community Action Association, Inc., Jeremiah Jasper, and Angela Vaglienti
J-Not yet assigned; PA-Jordon S. Long
Metheny, Brenwalt, and Hammond are seeking a preliminary injunction after their proxies were not recognized by the WVCAA at a vote to remove the president of the WVCAA. They are seeking damages in the form of the new president's removal, former president's reinstatement, attorney's fees, and court costs.