The Supreme Court will be closed on Monday, January 21 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week.
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In a case that could impact oil and gas owners throughout West Virginia, the Supreme Court must decide whether a mechanics lien is enforceable against coal owners where the company mining the coal failed to pay one of its contractors.
How will the Supreme Court rule in a default judgment case? Is a "wrong" judgment a "void" judgment for purposes of Rule 60(b)?
With the 2019 term set to begin on Tuesday, January 8, we decided to rerun a blog discussing the ceremony surrounding the opening of the Supreme Court and the mysterious word "oyez." “Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!” When the marshal steps forward...
Do drilling rights contained in decades-old severance deeds give gas operators an easement? If so, does such an easement preclude any claims of nuisance by the surface owners for noises, smells, and other disturbances associated with gas operations?
The Supreme Court's next term will begin on Tuesday, January 8th. The first three argument days will feature cases that were rescheduled from the October, 2018 docket. Please keep an eye out for case previews in the coming weeks!
The Supreme Court limits the scope of a governmental entity's immunity under W.Va. Code 29-12A-5(a)(4).
The Supreme Court continues its trend of pro-arbitration cases and the future doesn't look very bright. Read this credit card case reversing a trial court ruling in the consumer's favor.
Oral arguments that were scheduled for October 2 & 3 have been continued generally. The Supreme Court's website has posted the following notice: "Oral arguments scheduled on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, and Wednesday, October 3, 2018, are continued generally. Many...
How will the Supreme Court interpret a 2017 law dealing with noise levels at shooting ranges?