CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman alleges a construction company failed to place warning signs near a ditch that damaged her vehicle.
CHARLESTON – A black man alleges he was terminated without any reason or justification from his job.
LOGAN – A Chapmanville auto dealer is alleged to have misrepresented the value of a vehicle to a Davin couple and charged illegal and improper fees.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman alleges she was terminated by her employer because of her pregnancy.
HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County man alleges that he was terminated from his job with a barge operator because of a perceived disability.
MARTINSBURG — A bank lender is suing a borrower and guarantors, alleging they owe more than $1.1 million for breach of a promissory note and guaranty agreements.
HUNTINGTON — A New Jersey supplier is suing a debtor and guarantor, alleging it owes more than $5,000 for breach of an agreement.
CHARLESTON — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit overturned a previous ruling, siding with the Environmental Protection Agency relating to a 2015 lawsuit filed by environmental groups.
A Legal Aid attorney who received The Ronald Nestor Award last month said she considers the honor a special privilege.
WINFIELD — A Putnam County property owner is suing a loan servicer, alleging breach of contract and negligence.
WINFIELD — A national banking association is suing customers, alleging refusal to apply payments of nearly $160,000.
PRINCETON — State Farm is suing a tractor-trailer owner, alleging negligence caused a crash.
A non-profit law firm sued West Virginia University for refusing a public records request for documents related to the China Energy deal.
MOUNDSVILLE — A Marshall County couple is suing a flooring and kitchen product and services company and its owner, alleging breach of contract, breach of duty, and breach of implied warranty.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County couple is suing an air transportation company, alleging breach of contract and fraud.
WINFIELD — A national banking association is suing customers, alleging breach of contract in failing to pay more than $100,000.
CHARLESTON — A relatively new organization created to promote the welfare, interests and professional development of women attorneys in West Virginia held its first conference in June.