CHARLESTON – The new bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston says former Bishop Michael Bransfield should pay the church nearly $800,000 and apologize to make amends for his alleged financial and sexual misconduct.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court partially reversed the decision by a lower court in a lawsuit involving the former IT director for the Cabell County Commission who alleged he was wrongfully terminated.
Steptoe & Johnson PLLC attorney John R. “Jack” Merinar Jr. has been inducted as a fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. Merinar is the fifth Steptoe & Johnson attorney to be inducted as a fellow.
CHARLESTON – Some members of the West Virginia House of Delegates are upset by some stereotypical depictions of the Mountain State in a new film triggered by the leaking of alleged cancer-causing chemicals in Wood County. Those stereotypes include one image of a young girl on a bicycle with “blackened, rotting teeth.”