Chief Justice Tim Armstead and the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia directed state courts to suspend all but emergency proceedings through April 10 due to public safety concerns about coronavirus (COVID19).
The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia has been informed by the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department that an employee of the judicial branch who works in Kanawha County has tested positive for COVID-19.
In the first year the West Virginia Legislature had more control over the judicial system budget, lawmakers generally approved the courts’ budget as submitted, making only a minor adjustment relating to the judges’ retirement system.
Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia issued a protocol addressing concerns about the potential spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) to ensure the court system remains open and functions as normally as possible.
United States Attorney Mike Stuart joined Attorney General William P. Barr in announcing the Department of Justice’s National Nursing Home Initiative, which will coordinate and enhance civil and criminal efforts to pursue nursing homes that provide grossly substandard care to their residents.
Brewer & Giggenbach, PLLC, a law firm based in Morgantown, West Virginia (WV), is pleased to announce its fresh new website. The site was designed to better serve the law firm’s clients and others in need of legal counsel throughout the state.
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced his office will host various events across north central West Virginia aimed at consumer education and fighting fraud as part of National Consumer Protection Week 2020.