Supreme Court confirms that W.Va. Code 29-1-8a does not provide a private cause of action. Therefore, the only remedy available for grave desecration is a common-law claim.
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In a deficiency judgment case, the Supreme Court expands the protections available to homeowners.
Supreme Court adopts a pro-homeowner rule for assessing damages in cases involving residential real estate.
Supreme Court tackles a complicated insurance coverage issue involving a malpracticing physician and his employer.
Supreme Court holds that, to recover any damages under the wrongful death act, a beneficiary must be alive at the time of the decedent's death.
Pardon for a pooch? The Supreme Court concludes that a municipality does not have the power to order a dog to be destroyed.
Supreme Court limits recovery rights in predatory lending cases where lender declares bankruptcy.
May an municipal court order that a dog it has found to be dangerous be killed? The Supreme Court of Appeals finds that it may not.
In a new case, the Supreme Court formally abolishes its practice of issuing per curiam opinions.
In a very limited ruling, the high court allows an attorney's deposition to proceed in an employment case where the attorney may have participated in settlement negotiations.