In a move that appeared preordained after his comments at an August hearing, U.S. District Judge Dan Aaron Polster approved an unprecedented “negotiation class” of every city and county nationwide to try and reach a global settlement with opioid manufacturers and distributors.
RICHMOND, Va.– An executive of Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International said The Greenbrier Hotel Corporation's lawsuit against GGG was an attempt to get out of paying what it owed for work done after severe flood damage in 2016.
What if Big Pharma is not to blame for the opioid crisis? What if it wasn’t the big bad drug companies that created and exacerbated the problem, but the politicians and government officials pretending to be the good guys?
BECKLEY – A former Alderson FPC inmate has filed a lawsuit against the federal government alleging she was a victim of sexual assault and battery while serving time, including to one prison official who later was convicted of sexual abuse.
WHEELING — The Judicial Hearing Board of West Virginia recently recommended that a former Ohio magistrate judge who was sentenced to four months in prison be permanently barred from ever seeking judicial office again.