CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner claims Cardinal Psychological Services and its manager have failed to provide the required workers' compensation insurance for its employees.
According to documents filed in the federal opioid litigation, Paul T. Farrell Jr. has left the Huntington law firm of Greene Ketchum. A Jan. 31 Notice of Change of Attorney Information lists Farrell’s new firm as Farrell Law, which is located in Huntington.
CHARLESTON — Americans for Prosperity commended the Trump administration for issuing a report on how states can reform their occupational licensing laws in the hopes that those laws do not act as barriers keeping people from practicing their desired occupation.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner is asking a court to enjoin a carpeting business from doing business in the state due to not having workers' compensation insurance.
CHARLESTON – A member of the House of Delegates is asking the director of the West Virginia Lottery to provide additional information regarding the former director’s sale of a home to The Greenbrier’s director of casino operations while he still worked for the lottery.