The phrase “quid pro quo” has been bandied about lately, what with Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives charging that President Trump offered one to the president of Ukraine. Trump, they claim, promised substantial foreign aid in return for the promise of an investigation into the possibly corrupt activities of Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, while “serving” on the board of a Ukrainian gas company.
CHARLESTON – Across our state, we see the effect the opioid crisis has had on West Virginia’s children and families. Reading the headlines regarding lawsuits and the increasing number of children in the state's care, I have become shockingly aware of our state’s failure to properly address the problems facing the most vulnerable population of children: the children who have physical, intellectual, cognitive, and/or mental health disabilities.
Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso is pleased to announce that firm Chief Executive Officer Michael T. Bumgarner, CPA, CLM, CGMA has been named President-Elect of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) Board of Directors.
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP is pleased to announce it has established a government contracts practice group along with the arrival of industry heavyweight Walter Wilson, who comes to the firm as partner of counsel.
The Department of Justice this week announced that it has awarded more than $376 million in grant funding to enhance state, local and tribal law enforcement operations and reinforce public safety efforts in jurisdictions across the United States.
WHEELING – The out-of-state owners of 89 acres near McKim Creek in Tyler County with interests in the surface and oil gas of the property allege an oil and gas drilling and extracting company has illegally drilled on their property.
ELIZABETH – A Wirt County man alleges the owners of farm land adjacent to his property have trespassed onto his land by expanding the size of a pedestrian bridge on the boundary of his property without his consent.
WASHINGTON – For the fourth consecutive year, West Virginia finds itself on the Watch List for the American Tort Reform Association's annual Judicial Hellholes report. In its report, released Dec. 10, ATRA cites instability as the reason for putting the state Supreme Court on watch.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is leading an 18-state alliance urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling that blocked construction on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals sided with the state Legislative Claims Commission on an appeal of a lawsuit over allegations the Division of Highways was at fault for a fatal 2014 auto accident.