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This just in: Monongalia County

By Timothy Kryaninko | Feb 9, 2007

Jan. 31
Mottie Pavone and Idlewood Enterprises LLC. v. Charles Corwin and Corwin Place LLC
J-Clawges; PA-Robert D. Berryman, Esquire
* Pavone, acting on behalf of Idlewood, claims she paid $24,800 to Charles Corwin, under the assumption that he was working on behalf of Corwin Place. This sum was an earnest money deposit for eight lots located in Corwin Place. When Corwin Place admitted that utilities would not be installed in a timely manner and that no date of completion could be set, he agreed to refund the deposit plus 8 percent interest per annum. Only $3,500 of this money has been refunded, and Pavone is seeking $21,300 plus pre- and post-judgment interest, as well as court costs.
Case number: 07-C-66

Mylan Laboratories Inc., Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. and UDL Laboratories Inc. v. American Motorists Insurance Co., Continental Insurance Company, Wausau Insurance Company, and Federal Insurance Company, Great American Insurance Company, and Ohio Casualty Insurance Company
J-Stone; PA-Charles C. Crooks
* The plaintiffs claim the defendants breached their contractual obligations to Mylan by refusing to provide Mylan with a prompt defense in the Average Wholesale Price Litigation and the Lorazepam and Clorazepate Antitrust Litigation. Wausau and Federal further breached their contractual duties by failing to reimburse Mylan for payments made in settling the L&C actions. Great American is an excess insurer to Federal, owing its policy limits for reimbursement for Mylan's settlement of the L&C Actions because it breached its duty to pay the settlement. Mylan is seeking reimbursement for fees and costs, including all monies paid in the settlement of these actions.
Case number: 07-C-69

Feb. 5
Renate Stapleton, individually and as administratrix of the Estate of Jeffrey S. Stapleton, Chelsea Stapleton, a minor, Tawni Stapleton, a minor, and Cora Stapleton, a minor v. CIGNA Life Insurance Company
J-N/A; PA-J. Bryan Edwards
* Renate Stapleton claims CIGNA refused to pay at least $34,000 for the accidental death of her husband, Jeffrey, because CIGNA claims his cause of death is excluded in their policy. Jeffrey Stapleton died as a result of an ATV accident, and Renate Stapleton claims the cause of death is not excluded in the accidental death policy. She is seeking a declaration that the policy covers the accidental death claim as well as all costs in bringing this action, including attorney fees.
Case number: 07-C-73

Feb. 6
Darryl White v. The Board of Education of the County of Monongalia
J-N/A; John Everett Roush
* White claims the Board of Education is failing to recognize his eligibility for paid lunch recesses. West Virginia Code provides for such recesses. White is seeking compensation for his duty free lunch periods for two weeks in question and for all subsequent time periods with interest. He also seeks costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 07-C-76

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