In November, 1863, with the Civil War still in full swing, the Legislature enacted a new law providing for the forfeiture of property “belonging to...enemies” of the State of West Virginia. “Enemies” included anyone who aided “in any invasion of...
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In a unanimous opinion, the Supreme Court holds that the state school board and its president are immune in a wrongful termination case brought by the superintendent of schools.
Supreme Court refuses relief to a patient whose medical photos were accidentally mailed to her place of employment.
Supreme Court rules against coverage in a case alleging claims against a residential home builder.
It is a rare thing for the Supreme Court to admonish the entire bar. In a recent case, however, the Court took the bar to task for its practice of filing motions to reconsider. To begin with, motions to reconsider...
The Supreme Court refuses to intervene in a case where a confessed judgment was vacated because of alleged wrongdoing by a bank.
In a case involving a death at a Tough Mudder event, the Supreme Court interprets a forum selection clause to mean that the case must proceed in Berkeley County.
Are tort claims alleging that someone engaged in the unauthorized practice of law exempt from arbitration?
Does immunity bar claims by the former state superintendent of schools alleging that she was wrongfully terminated and defamed?
How will the Supreme Court resolve coverage issues in a home construction case?