In a mass tort case involving both West Virginia and Ohio residents, the Supreme Court says the case may proceed in West Virginia.
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Supreme Court rules that advance payments made by an insurer must be credited against any future award of damages.
In another oil and gas case, the Supreme Court reaffirms that a trial court has very limited power to void an arbitration clause in a lease.
Supreme Court tackles complex arbitration issues in a case involving a series of oil and gas leases.
Issues of fact mean that a case alleging excessive force by police against a Middlebourne man will go forward.
In a unanimous opinion, the Supreme Court holds that the state school board and its president are immune in a wrongful termination case brought by the superintendent of schools.
Supreme Court refuses relief to a patient whose medical photos were accidentally mailed to her place of employment.
Supreme Court rules against coverage in a case alleging claims against a residential home builder.
The Supreme Court refuses to intervene in a case where a confessed judgment was vacated because of alleged wrongdoing by a bank.
In a case involving a death at a Tough Mudder event, the Supreme Court interprets a forum selection clause to mean that the case must proceed in Berkeley County.