Vaughn Sizemore successfully defended Clay Heating in the magistrate court trial of Burchett v. Clay Heating in Raleigh County.
The plaintiff alleged faulty installation of a heat pump and claimed increased electric bills as a result of the errors.
The defense successfully showed the plaintiff’s personal repairs on his property resulted in the increased electric bills, not the installation of the heat pump.
John P. Fuller and Suleiman Oko-ogua obtain a favorable ruling from the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals dismissing an appeal filed by the Plaintiff is Connard v. Cochran.
The Plaintiff had filed the same lawsuit against former Correctional Officer Cochran on three separate occasions.
The first two lawsuits were dismissed without prejudice.
John P. Fuller and Suleiman Oko-ogua obtained an Order from the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals dismissing an appeal filed by the Plaintiff in Ballard v. Crawford.
The Plaintiff had previously filed suit against former Correctional Officer Crawford in the Circuit Court of Kanawha County, West Virginia.
John P. Fuller and Suleiman Oko-ogua obtained a favorable ruling from the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in Jividen v. Anderson.
Plaintiff, a former inmate, has brought suit against the Defendant, a former Correctional Officer, alleging various civil rights violations.
Congratulations to Marc J. Slotnick for being named the Kanawha Valley Board of Realtors 2013 Affiliate of the Year for his outstanding and unselfish service given to the real estate profession. Mr. Slotnick is in charge of our real estate firm Bailey & Slotnick, PLLC, and also serves the Kanawha Valley as the County Attorney. Mr.
Jordan Herrick successfully defended an appeal to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals from a Dismissal Order entered by the Circuit Court of Kanawha County.
The plaintiffs appealed an Order dismissing a lawsuit filed against a landowner and a real estate agent in which the Circuit Court found the plaintiffs had abandoned all of their claims and the lawsuit was now moot.
David E. Schumacher will be giving a presentation on Obamacare at the West Virginia Association of Optometric Physicians 2013 Annual Congress on Sunday morning at the Embassy Suites in downtown Charleston.
The law firm of Bailey & Wyant would like to welcome Abbie Dunn as Of Counsel to our Charleston office!
The law firm of Bailey & Wyant is a proud supporter and sponsor of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s 2013 Symphony Gala on Saturday, November 23rd at the Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences.
The Symphony Gala “Diamonds Are Forever” is an event honoring Sallie McClaugherty and Patrick Bond, both community leaders and symphony advocates.
The event will help to enrich and elevate our State and region through providing the resources that will sustain the symphony and continue to provide preeminent symphonic music.
Bailey & Wyant Managing Member Charles R. Bailey gave a presentation to AIG about litigating claims against political subdivisions, government employees, the State and its agencies.
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