HUNTINGTON — A former Huntington High School teacher who was fired for making racially charged tweets is suing the Cabell County Board of Education and the state superintendent of schools for violating her civil rights.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - The Department of Justice's recent effort to toss lawsuits it says it wasted hundreds of hours investigating is emblematic of a strategy under President Donald Trump to rein in trial lawyers who are using a federal whistleblower law to seek millions of dollars.
A general manager is suing restaurant operators, citing alleged racial discrimination and wrongful termination.
A laborer/hydroblast technician and his wife are suing his former employer and individuals, citing alleged discriminatory termination of an injured employee, disability discrimination and termination in violation of substantial public policy.
A consumer is suing a debt collector, citing alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.
AT&T customers have filed a class-action lawsuit against a debt collector, citing an alleged violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act.
CHARLESTON — The town of Gauley Bridge is suing drug manufacturers for the opioid crisis that has ravaged West Virginia and the rest of the country.
MARLINTON — Three cases were filed against Frontier after the plaintiffs claim the company was negligent in installing telephone poles near their homes.
A Charleston resident is suing lenders, citing alleged misrepresentation of the value of her home.
A consumer is suing a debt collector, citing alleged negligence and unlawful publication of debt.
A consumer is suing a debt collector, citing alleged unlawful publication of debt.
A former employee is suing a residential house and its employees, citing alleged age discrimination, worker's compensation retaliation and violation of substantial public policy.
An insurance company is suing a general contractor, citing alleged negligence.
HUNTINGTON — A freelance legal researcher is suing Cabell County Prosecuting Attorney Sean K. "Corky" Hammers for violating the Freedom of Information Act.