By Kyla Asbury | Aug 20, 2010

July 22
Crystal Johnson vs. Odessa Corporation
PA- J. Michael Ranson, Cynthia M. Ranson; J- Darrell Pratt
* Johnson was employed by the defendant. She claims the defendant has not paid her for all of the hours she works, that they ask her to work while "off the clock," that her paychecks are altered by the manager to reflect fewer hours than she actually worked in a pay period and that she suffers due to the manager altering the computer system records to reflect fewer hours worked. She is seeking judgment for an amount equal to loss of all wages with interest and liquidated damages.
Case number: 10-C-165

July 29
Blacktop Industries and Equipment Company, a West Virginia corporation vs. City of Kenova, West Virginia, a municipal corporation; and Ghosh Engineers, Inc., a West Virginia corporation
PA- Charles M. Johnstone II; J- Darrell Pratt
* In early 2007, Kenova solicited bids for pavement restoration related to a waste water system improvement project. Blacktop bid for Contract No. 3, and was awarded the contract. The work performed was to cost approximately $352,980. It claims shortly after work began, it discovered the project plans, specifications and project documents failed to accurately describe the work to be performed, which resulted in increased costs, delays and disruptions to the company. Blacktop claims that despite its full and complete performance, Kenova has failed and refused to make payments for its services. It is seeking compensatory damages with pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 10-C-172

July 30
SP Newsprint Company vs. Wayne County Publications, Inc.
PA-Ryan S. Marsteller; J- Darrell Pratt
* SP Newsprint delivered newspapers for the defendant through December 2008. It claims the defendant failed and refused to pay for the services and owed SP Newsprint $126,000. It is seeking judgment in the amount of $126,000 with pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 10-C-175

Aug. 6
Holcim (US), Inc. vs. Taylor Contracting/Taylor Ready Mix, LLC
PA- Bruce M. Jacobs, Kimberly K. Parmer; J- James H. Young
* In November and December 2008, the defendant accepted 14 shipments of cement from Holcim, which were billed on six invoices. Holcim claims the defendant failed to pay for the cement, which cost $37,093.36. It is seeking damages in the amount of $37,093.36 with pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 10-C-181

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