The spring term will be concluding on June 17. This week the Supreme Court will be meeting in conference on Thursday, June 2. New opinions will be released in due course.
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There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week. The Supreme Court will be releasing opinions in due course.
This is the last week the Supreme Court will be hearing arguments this term. Arguments are scheduled on Tuesday and Wednesday. There is a also conference scheduled on Thursday. Watch for opinions!
Today we look at State v. Michael , 74 W.Va. 613, 82 S.E. 611 (1914) In the early 1900s, violence swept through the coalfields of southern West Virginia as coal miners organized a strike for greater pay and protection. Coal...
There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week. The Supreme Court will continue to release opinions in due course.
What kind of litigation-related conduct is enough to show that a party has waived a contractual right to arbitrate?
Was a trial court right when it granted the plaintiff a new trial because it found the jury's verdict to be contrary to the uncontested medical evidence?
West Virginia eases the burden of proof in age discrimination cases by adopting the "substantially younger" rule.
"Manifest disregard of the law" is not a proper ground for challenging an arbitration award.
Can an arbitration clause incorporated by reference into a contract be overcome because of ambiguity?