The Supreme Court issued several opinions this term dealing with insurance law issues. Two of the cases previewed by our blog addressed coverage issues. The first of these was State ex rel. North River Insurance Company v. Chafin , a...
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The Court's last "official" day was last Wednesday. Two cases are held over to next term. While more opinions and separate opinions sometimes come out late, no more are necessarily expected . We'll cover any additional opinions if they are released.
As expected, the Court has not released opinions on West Virginia Day. Opinions are expected to continue to come out next week. Cases that reached the argument docket this term, but have yet to be decided are listed above. It's...
Supreme Court refuses to interfere in a case involving insurance coverage and bad faith against an Ohio insurance company.
In this closely watched case, the Supreme Court substantially reduced a jury's verdict against a nursing home, but still upheld $4.6 million in compensatory damages and $32 million in punitive damages.
The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia has decided Manor Care v. Douglas , and ordered a verdict reduction, taking away over half the jury's verdict, but leaving in place a substantial judgment in a case where an elderly...
Supreme Court holds that tort claims for criminal conversation and adultery are no longer viable in West Virginia.
Today the Supreme Court of Appeals issued opinions in State ex rel. Golden v. Kaufman and EB Dorev v. Dept. of Adm. Real Estate Division .
The Court has conferences scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday. A number of cases remain outstanding and opinions can be expected all week.