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Former Shield Roofing and Construction sales rep alleges he was not paid all commissions

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 26, 2018

CHARLESTON – A former sales representative for a Kanawha County business alleges he is owed unpaid commissions.

DuPont sues Kathy Brown Law, Brown Houston over conflict of interest allegations

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 25, 2018

CHARLESTON — DuPont has filed a lawsuit against Brown Houston regarding information disclosed to one of its former attorneys who now works for the firm.

Panel confirms removal of Richwood mayor over alleged misuse of public funds

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 25, 2018

CHARLESTON – A three-judge panel confirmed the removal of Bob Henry Baber as Richwood's mayor July 20, stating that his behavior was the "epitome of an improper abuse" of political power.

Woman seeks damages from Kroger after fall in Wheeling store

By Bree Gonzales | Jul 25, 2018

WHEELING – A Wheeling woman alleges she was injured at a grocery store in the city because of a liquid left in an aisle.

Consumer alleges Global Investment Group is wrongfully refusing to return payments

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jul 25, 2018

HUNTINGTON – A consumer alleges she requested a return of payments she made on a layaway agreement for a vehicle and that the seller has refused to return the money.

Alford Home Solutions says black employee was terminated for 'legitimate, nondiscriminatory' reasons

By Karen Kidd | Jul 24, 2018

CHARLESTON – A St. Albans home improvement company is denying a black man's allegations in a lawsuit filed earlier this year that he was fired from his job on his first day without reason or justification.

State Farm alleged to have canceled policies after report of bat infestation

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jul 24, 2018

WHEELING – Property owners allege their insurance company canceled their policies after they reported an infestation of bats.

Jeep has defects, Crumpler couple claims

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Jul 24, 2018

BECKLEY – A Crumpler couple is seeking a refund on a vehicle they purchased over allegations it has defects that the manufacturer has not repaired.

Mason Walmart shopper alleges he was falsely charged with shoplifting

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Jul 24, 2018

POINT PLEASANT – An Ohio man alleges he was falsely charged with shoplifting from a Walmart store.

Veterans Advocacy Law Clinic student attorneys win VA benefits for two veterans in state

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 24, 2018

MORGANTOWN – West Virginia University College of Law's Veterans Advocacy Law Clinic is helping veterans, as well as helping to teach third-year law students how to represent veterans.

Cybercriminals 'are not going to stop,' security consultant says

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 23, 2018

CHARLESTON – A security consultant with Advantage Technology has been putting on education workshops for small businesses across West Virginia to help them understand security threats.

New WVU Law associate dean eager to 'innovate and adapt' teaching

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 23, 2018

MORGANTOWN – Two professors at West Virginia University's recently were appointed to three-year terms as associate deans for the College of Law.

Legal Aid attorney Maureen Conley wins inaugural Success Stories Award

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 23, 2018

CHARLESTON – Legal Aid of West Virginia attorney Maureen Conley won the inaugural Success Stories Award from the West Virginia Women Attorneys.

Food trailer owner alleges she was dismissed from West Union plant after rejecting sexual advances

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 23, 2018

CLARKSBURG – A food service trailer owner alleges she was removed from a plant site after rejecting a manager's sexual advances.

US Foods warehouse worker alleges he was retaliated against for filing workers' comp claim

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 23, 2018

CHARLESTON – A former warehouse worker for three Kanawha County businesses alleges that he was not reinstated after an on-the-job injury because he filed for workers' compensation benefits.

Aviagen Turkeys alleged to have paid delivery driver straight-time rate for overtime work

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 20, 2018

LEWISBURG – A former delivery driver has filed a class-action lawsuit against a turkey supplier over allegations he was not paid the appropriate rate for overtime work.

DOJ has a month to provide Blankenship a copy of DOJ report on his trial

By Chris Dickerson | Jul 20, 2018

CHARLESTON – Federal Magistrate Judge Omar Aboulhosn has issued an order requiring the U.S. Department of Justice to provide Don Blankenship's attorneys with a copy of a report on the prosecutorial misconduct from his trial by Aug. 15.

CLC Enterprises alleged to owe more than $25,000 on equipment agreements

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Jul 19, 2018

FAYETTEVILLE – A Mount Hope company is alleged to have defaulted on two equipment finance agreements.

Man alleges Broadmore Senior Living at Teays Valley failed to prevent mother's falls

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Jul 19, 2018

WINFIELD – The son of a woman who resided at a Hurricane nursing facility alleges the facility's negligence contributed to her falling numerous times.

Economic Evaluation Associates alleged to have defaulted on loan for BMW vehicle

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Jul 19, 2018

WINFIELD – A Scott Depot company and two individuals are alleged to have defaulted on an auto loan.

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