Did the trial court apply the correct standard in finding that an arbitration clause in a collective bargaining agreement was unenforceable?
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A Pennsylvania man is critically injured in West Virginia. The employer unilaterally files a compensation claim in Pennsylvania. Has the employee "elected" to proceed exclusively under Pennsylvania law?
Is a punch in the face worth nothing? The Supreme Court reviews a $0 verdict in a battery case.
The Supreme Court considers scope-of-employment issues in a case where a workman returned to the jobsite, after hours, with the emplyer's permission.
A 30 year old contract. Two sophisticated corporations. Was the court right in finding the contract unconscionable?
Can a trial court order a second Rule 30(b) deposition? Can it order the witness to appear in West Virginia?
Fire! Fire! Can those affected by smoke and particulates from a warehouse fire join together for class relief?
This is a bad faith insurance case raising interesting choice-of-law issues. Where a claim is made for extracontractual damages, is an insured bound by the choice-of-law language contained in the policy?
Issues of long arm jurisdiction and minimum contacts in a case involving training given by an out-of-state company to its franchisee engaging in business in West Virginia.
In this insurance bad faith case, the insurer seeks a writ of prohibition challenging (1) the trial court's giving of an adverse inference instruction, and (2) the granting of summary judgment in the insured's favor on the substantially prevailing issue.