Now that we're between terms, let's take a quick trip in our time machine. Here’s a set of facts for you to ponder… During the Civil War, the defendant, Colonel Capehart, was in command of a Union calvary regiment. Capehart...
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In a case involving a mine explosion, the Supreme Court narrows the scope of "bystander" liability.
The Supreme Court resolves immunity issues in a case involving a county IT employee, but sends the remaining issues back for further proceedings.
In another blow to workplace protection, the Supreme Court refuses to provide a remedy where an employee defended himself against an attack and was then discharged for workplace violence.
The Supreme Court will adjourn sine die on Friday, November 22, 2019. We are expecting opinions in all the cases we have been following. We will post summaries of the opinions as quickly as possible to keep you up to date!
In a 4-1 decision, the Supreme Court prevents recovery against the Fayette County school system where it was subject to a "takeover" by the state board of education.
Does a physician's duty of care terminate when a patient leaves a hospital against medical advice? The Supreme Court says yes.
All arguments for the fall term have now been completed. The Supreme Court will be releasing opinions until Friday, November 22nd, when it is scheduled to adjourn. Keep watching for summaries of new opinions!
On November 6, Judge Beane of the Circuit Court of Wood County entered an order in State ex rel. Morrisey v. Diocese of Wheeling Charleston , Civil Action No. 19-C-69. The case raises interesting issues. Through his complaint, AG Morrisey...
On Tuesday, October 29, the Supreme Court heard arguments at a college campus in Logan County. The arguments were a part of the LAWS program--an initiative that provides a way for high school students throughout the state to learn more...