CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has ruled Circuit Judge Warren McGraw incorrectly tried to have a case heard before him in Wyoming County when it should have been handled in Kanawha County. And the opinion references a similar ruling from 2011 involving McGraw.
MORGANTOWN – A new scholarship has been established at West Virginia University's College of Law in honor of Franklin Cleckley, who was one of the first African American professors at the university, by anonymous donors.
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.