CHARLESTON - Two individuals have joined the group of former AT&T workers who are suing the company over alleged poor air quality while it operated the offices at One Davis Square in Charleston.
MORGANTOWN - A Keyser woman says Ruby Memorial Hospital botched her surgery and is suing it, her surgeon and University Health Associates.
Davis CHARLESTON –Though the state Supreme Court was unanimous in reducing the sentence for a Charleston man convicted for the 1999 torture and kidnapping his then-girlfriend, two justices, citing the horrific level of domestic violence in the case, reluctantly concurred.
CHARLESTON – For many domestic violence survivors, the challenge lies in not just breaking free of an abusive relationship, but also in avoiding becoming twice victimized by the judicial system.
POINT PLEASANT – After first ordering the parties to discuss a settlement, the judge hearing a malpractice suit between two Mason County physicians has ordered the case dismissed.
CHARLESTON - State Attorney General Darrell McGraw recently reached settlement agreements with 18 Internet payday lenders and filed suit in an attempt to enforce investigative subpoenas against 14 others.
MORGANTOWN -- The West Virginia University Press has released its newest CD, "Coal Digging Blues: Songs of West Virginia Miners."
Randal McCloy CHARLESTON - Opting to wait for other potential plaintiffs to catch up, a Kanawha Circuit Court judge on Wednesday suspended any action on the three lawsuits filed in August over the Sago mine disaster.
Irene Berger CHARLESTON - Kanawha Circuit Judge Irene Berger will deliver the keynote address at West Virginia University's December Convocation.
CHARLESTON – Two candidates on West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse's "Dirty Dozen" list of candidates lost in Tuesday's election.
Williams CHICAGO –- Huntington attorney Marc E. Williams has been named first vice president of the nation's largest organization of civil defense trial lawyers.
Cohen CHARLESTON -- It's not business as usual at the West Virginia Supreme Court anymore.
WILLIAMSON - Jurors in Mingo Circuit Court have awarded almost $2 million to the brother of a mentally retarded man who was allegedly sexually assaulted by a fellow resident at the Lando Exceptional Individual Center.
Manchin CHARLESTON -- Several months ago, I asked the West Virginia Department of Revenue to embark on an exhaustive study of our tax system looking at how we could not only modernize our current system, but also give our taxpayers some relief -– so that we could continue to make our state more attractive to both businesses and citizens alike.
WASHINGTON -- As the newly elected Congress looks to set its legislative agenda, one issue that enjoys broad bipartisan support from voters is legal reform, according to a poll released by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR).