CHARLESTON – A former sales representative for a Kanawha County business alleges he is owed unpaid commissions.
CHARLESTON — DuPont has filed a lawsuit against Brown Houston regarding information disclosed to one of its former attorneys who now works for the firm.
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.
WHEELING – A Wheeling woman alleges she was injured at a grocery store in the city because of a liquid left in an aisle.
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
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.
WHEELING – Property owners allege their insurance company canceled their policies after they reported an infestation of bats.
POINT PLEASANT – An Ohio man alleges he was falsely charged with shoplifting from a Walmart store.
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.
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.
MORGANTOWN – Two professors at West Virginia University's recently were appointed to three-year terms as associate deans for the College of Law.
CHARLESTON – Legal Aid of West Virginia attorney Maureen Conley won the inaugural Success Stories Award from the West Virginia Women Attorneys.
CLARKSBURG – A food service trailer owner alleges she was removed from a plant site after rejecting a manager's sexual advances.
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.
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.
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.
FAYETTEVILLE – A Mount Hope company is alleged to have defaulted on two equipment finance agreements.
WINFIELD – The son of a woman who resided at a Hurricane nursing facility alleges the facility's negligence contributed to her falling numerous times.