WEST UNION – A Clarksburg company alleges a St. Albans company that rented its Timbco and John Deere equipment for a Doddridge County job site returned the equipment with more than $100,000 in damages.
HUNTINGTON – The West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation, a correctional officer and others are facing a lawsuit from the estate of a Western Regional Jail inmate who committed suicide.
ELKINS — The West Virginia Highlands Conservancy Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition and the Sierra Club have filed suit against Brooks Run Mining over alleged pollution of the water near the Seven Pines Mine.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced a $700 million, multistate settlement to resolve allegations that the maker of Suboxone improperly marketed and promoted the drug in its distribution, allegations that led to the improper use of state Medicaid funds.
Discovery Counsel and Project Managers Sean Allen and West Lee, Encompass Content Analytics Platform (EnCAP) Manager Wes Bramlett, Senior Client Data Management Team (CDMT) Specialist Emily Smith, and Discovery Analytics Specialist Jonathan Alef earned Relativity Certified User status in October.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and Secretary of State Mac Warner, in coordination with International Charity Fraud Awareness Week, joined state, federal and global charity partners Wednesday in suggesting consumers consider cybersecurity in determining if they give to a charity.
U.S. Attorney Bill Powell is encouraging residents across the Northern District of West Virginia to safely dispose of unused and unwanted medications and vaping products at the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Drug Take Back Day this weekend.
The United States Attorney’s Offices for the Southern and Northern Districts of West Virginia and the FBI are teaming up to educate the aging population in the mountain state and their families about the dangers of elder fraud.
NEW CUMBERLAND — The defendants in a case alleging damages from a physical assault by another classmate filed an answer arguing the plaintiff failed to take appropriate measures to mitigate his damages.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Department of Transportation alleges the cargo on a tractor-trailer owned by an Ontario, Canada company caused nearly $400,000 of damage to support beams of an Interstate 77 southbound overpass.
CHARLESTON – The trustees of a multi-employer benefit plan and employee welfare benefit plan allege an Elkview company owes more than $11,000 in contributions to the Local Union 466 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) per a collective bargaining agreement.