In a case involving sale of alcohol to a teenager, the Supreme Court uses foreseeability to limit the liability of the business making the sale.
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In the latest arbitration case, the Supreme Court found that an arbitration order was not supported by sufficient findings of fact and conclusions of law. Therefore, the case was returned to the trial court so it prepare a proper order.
Another arbitration disappointment: The Supreme Court upholds an arbitration agreement in a case alleging workers compensation discrimination
The Supreme Court affirms a default judgment in a debt collection case; however, the two dissenting justices raise serious issues of fairness and due process.
In a nuisance case involving a shooting range, the Supreme Court addresses issues of retroactivity, pleading, and discovery disputes.
The Supreme Court's latest case makes it more difficult to establish malicious prosecution, even at the pleading stage.
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.
Consumers score a win as the Supreme Court affirms an order certifying a class that is challenging a hidden U-Haul rental fee.
Employee injured in a power plant mishap failed to prove deliberate intent, Supreme Court rules.