There are no regularly scheduled arguments or conferences this week. The Supreme Court will continue considering cases that have been submitted and releasing opinions in due course.
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The Supreme Court is closed on Monday, February 18 for President's Day. There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week. The Court will continue to work on opinions in cases that were argued earlier in the term.
In another arbitration case, the Supreme Court must decide if an agreement to arbitrate existed in a case involving a check cashing service at a hotel.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. There is a conference scheduled on Thursday. It is likely that new opinions will be released on Thursday afternoon.
The arbitration cases keep coming: Was the trial court correct in finding that an arbitration agreement was not formed when an employee was provided with an agreement electronically at the time of hiring, but there is no proof that the employee signed or otherwise consented to that agreement?
How far does foreseeability go? Did the trial court properly grant summary judgment to a seller of alcohol in a death case involving underage drinking?
This week the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on Tuesday, February 5th and Wednesday, February 6th. The Court will meet in conference on Thursday, February 7th to consider opinions and other administrative matters.
In a case to be argued on February 12th, the Supreme Court will be asked if the West Virginia Legislative Claims Commission is bound by the Rules of Evidence and if its findings are subject to review.
This week the Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday and will meet in conference on Thursday. There will also be an admission ceremony for new bar members before arguments on Wednesday.
Will the Supreme Court let a malicious prosecution case proceed where a man alleges that city police officers falsified records and intentionally withheld the identity of an independent alibi witness?