THIS JUST IN: Monongalia County

By Donna K. Carlson | Nov 13, 2009

Nov. 3

Nov. 3
Milisha Rhome v. Monongalia General Hospital, David Hood and Lisa Marc
PA-Daniel Cooper; Judge N/A
* Milisha Rhome claims she was wrongfully terminated from her employment with Monongalia General Hospital. Rhome was born with a bone condition that would require hip replacement surgery and her surgery was scheduled for December of 2007. She advised David Hood that after the surgery she would be able to continue in her current duties as a Nutrition Services Aide. Shortly after that conversation, Rhome claims Lisa Marcie reported her for failing to pay for food items in the cafeteria. She explained to Hood that she had paid for her meal. He accepted her explanation and indicated there would be no disciplinary action taken. Rhome alleges the theft charge was a pretext and she was terminated due to her physical condition. She is seeking compensatory and punitive damages, attorney fees and costs.
Case number: 09-C-813

Nov. 5
Lisa Butner v. Nicole Betoney Beason
PA J.Jeffrey Culpepper; Judge N/A
* Beason was employed by Butner and CTA Champion Training Academy and entered into a non competition contract that would not allow her to accept personal payment to teach cheerleading and/or dance routines; make music to be used by teams; working within a 50 mile radius at another business that teaches gymnastics and cheerleading while in CTA's employ; and to not work at another business or start another business within a 50 mile radius that teaches gymnastics and cheerleading for two years after leaving CTA. Beason is presently employed with The Flip Factory. Butner is seeking a temporary restraining order claiming Beason is in violation of the non-compete clause of her contact. She is seeking an injunction prohibiting her employment with The Flip Factory, in addition to a permanent injunction prohibiting Beason from any further breach of the non competition contract.
Case number: 09-C-815

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