The Supreme Court limits the scope of a governmental entity's immunity under W.Va. Code 29-12A-5(a)(4).
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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.
In a case involving a crash with a police car, the Supreme Court addresses a driver's duty to yield to an emergency vehicle and a host of procedural and evidentiary issues.
All-terrain vehicles are entitled to statutory minimum uninsured motorist coverage
Warning to attorneys: don't abuse the subpoena power or you may be sanctioned with a fee award.
In another key arbitration loss, the Supreme Court fights off multiple challenges and upholds an arbitration agreement in an employment case.
In another loss for consumers, the Supreme Court enforces an arbitration clause in an oil and gas lease despite other lease language explicitly referencing courts and court actions.
Supreme Court applies Michigan law in a drug case, dooming multiple birth-defect claims tied to Pfizer's zoloft.