WHEELING — A Wheeling woman, on behalf of herself and her husband, is suing Carrington Mortgage Services and Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) alleging wrongful foreclosure and illegal trustee sale of their home.
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - Their request for some $3 billion in fees has generated fierce resistance from state attorneys general and defendants, but don’t worry about the financial states of private lawyers who represent thousands of municipal plaintiffs in opioid litigation.
A new law requires election officials to make absentee voting fully accessible to voters with physical disabilities who are prevented from voting in-person at the polls and from marking ballots without assistance. These absentee voters with physical disabilities now have an option to mail or electronically submit their ballot back to their county clerk using approved technology.
We clearly have a lot to be proud of when it comes to the WVDA laboratories. Maybe I am biased, as the Commissioner of Agriculture, but without a trusted food system, our citizens’ quality of life would surely suffer.
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.
PHILADELPHIA – Oklahoma and West Virginia can be added to the growing list of states seeking to formally reject the American Law Institute’s controversial Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance - a project that some see as evidence of an ideological shift at the organization that amounts to a power-trip.
United States Attorney Mike Stuart joined Attorney General William P. Barr in announcing the Department of Justice’s National Nursing Home Initiative, which will coordinate and enhance civil and criminal efforts to pursue nursing homes that provide grossly substandard care to their residents.