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.
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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?
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.
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?
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)?
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?
How will the Supreme Court interpret a 2017 law dealing with noise levels at shooting ranges?
W.Va. Code 29-12A-5(a)(4) grants immunity where the claim results from the government's adoption or failure to adopt a policy. Will this immunity apply in a simple car wreck case where the policy required two people to be present in the car, but had nothing to do with the car's operation?