Hunstein ATLANTA - A Georgia man who did not discover until he was 17 years old that he had contracted pediatric AIDS as an infant will not win his suit against the medical care providers that failed to diagnose him.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - ACE Group Holdings has settled bid-rigging allegations brought against it by eight states and the District of Columbia for $4.5 million.
Masters CHARLESTON, W. Va. - Kanawha Circuit Judge Charles King will preside over West Virginia's first medical malpractice class-action lawsuit.
Starcher CHARLESTON, W. Va. - Colgan Air's tumultuous time before the West Virginia Supreme Court concluded Thursday with an ideal outcome for the company.
Justice Charles W. Johnson OLYMPIA -- Controlling partners do not violate the "duty of loyalty" to a business partnership if they sell the partnership's assets to a related party, the Washington Supreme Court ruled yesterday.
Fran Hughes CHARLESTON, W.V. - Attorney General Darrell McGraw's chief deputy on Thursday called the U.S. Chamber's Institute for Legal Reform's proposed code of conduct for AGs an attempt to stop AGs across the country from enforcing consumer laws.
McGraw CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Attorney General Darrell McGraw's office on Wednesday filed suit against a Wetzel County funeral home and its owner, alleging misappropriation of preneed funeral money.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Two political experts told attendees of a U.S. Chamber of Commerce function that businesses may soon face more challenges.
Rickard WASHINGTON, D.C. - Citing a need to end prejudicial practices, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform proposed a new code of conduct for state attorneys general Wednesday.
Manning WASHINGTON, D.C. - When leading off the portion of Wednesday's Legal Reform Summit dealing with the latest trends in business litigation, attorney Chris Manning offered a few images and asked a simple question -- which one of them didn't belong.
Wayne Stenehjem BISMARCK -- Three senior staffers at the state's troubled workers' compensation bureaucracy have asked North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem to protect them as whistleblowers.
Edmunds RALEIGH, N.C. - Republican Bob Edmunds will seek another term on the North Carolina Supreme Court in 2008, he said Tuesday.
Hood The country's largest grocery store chain has reached an agreement with 41 state attorneys general and will implement measures aimed at preventing sales of tobacco products to minors.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - The State of Connecticut's gripe with a California fiber optics company was scheduled to go to trial Monday in a federal court in California.
Lee FRANKFORT, Ky. - Kentucky Attorney General-hopeful Jack Conway criticized his Republican challenger last week for defending an insurance company in a civil lawsuit against it.
Foti BATON ROUGE, La. - Incumbent Attorney General Charles Foti will not have a chance to be re-elected on Nov. 17's general election after coming in last in Saturday's three-man primary.
Paul Morrison TOPEKA -- Kansas Attorney General Paul Morrison strongly influenced a state ruling last week to deny permits to two coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas.
John F. Reif OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma's Democratic Governor Brad Henry has appointed veteran Tulsa-area judge John F. Reif to the nine-justice Supreme Court.
Dann CINCINNATI - Negotiations between two hospitals attempting to leave the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati and the alliance have reached a low point, forcing Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann to recommend alternate procedures.
Cuomo NEW YORK - In letters to three health care providers, New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo on Thursday asked for the end of doctor-ranking programs.