CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has warned West Virginia businesses to adhere to the state’s price gouging law during the coronavirus-related state of preparedness. Laws prohibiting such activity took effect statewide Feb. 4 with Gov. Jim Justice's declaration of a state of preparedness.
CHARLESTON – A federal judge has set an Aug. 31 start date for the trial filed by Cabell County and the City of Huntington against the three major opioid distribution companies.At the end of a March 5 status hearing, U.S.
CHARLESTON – The estate of a man has filed another lawsuit against the state Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation after he died following hip surgery he had as a result of an altercation with a fellow inmate.
CHARLESTON – State Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Trump feels so strongly about the creation of an intermediate appellate court that he took time to go to a House of Delegates public hearing to share his thoughts.
WINFIELD – Calling a deposition by the Putnam County superintendent of schools “largely self-serving,” an attorney says additional discovery is needed in a case about whether the county school board violated open meeting laws.