The West Virginia Supreme Court Blog has suspended as of the conclusion of the Court’s Spring 2020 term. After over six years of exhaustive coverage of West Virginia’s highest Court the blog is, well, exhausted, and we’re grateful for the...
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Did the trial court apply the correct standard in finding that an arbitration clause in a collective bargaining agreement was unenforceable?
A Pennsylvania man is critically injured in West Virginia. The employer unilaterally files a compensation claim in Pennsylvania. Has the employee "elected" to proceed exclusively under Pennsylvania law?
Is a punch in the face worth nothing? The Supreme Court reviews a $0 verdict in a battery case.
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The Supreme Court considers scope-of-employment issues in a case where a workman returned to the jobsite, after hours, with the emplyer's permission.
A 30 year old contract. Two sophisticated corporations. Was the court right in finding the contract unconscionable?
Can a trial court order a second Rule 30(b) deposition? Can it order the witness to appear in West Virginia?
Fire! Fire! Can those affected by smoke and particulates from a warehouse fire join together for class relief?
This is a bad faith insurance case raising interesting choice-of-law issues. Where a claim is made for extracontractual damages, is an insured bound by the choice-of-law language contained in the policy?