Stratton COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio's Supreme Court on Wednesday approved nearly all of a rate-certainty plan for FirstEnergy Corp., though it struck down a provision that would have allowed the company to recover fuel costs incurred in power generation operations.
Lewis MORGANTOWN, W. Va. - It's a little surprising to Hiram Lewis to see West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw involved in a controversy like the current spat with a federal Medicaid agency that may cost the state $4.1 million.
Dann COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio state judge decided Friday that enforcing Attorney General Marc Dann's ban on electronic gaming machines would cause irreparable harm to a maker of the game Tic Tac Fruit and granted its request for a temporary restraining order.
Cupp COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Supreme Court of Ohio recently entered another 5-2 pro-business decision, ruling Wednesday that automobile insurance companies may deny coverage for uninsured motorists who are immune from liability.
Dann COLUMBUS, Ohio - The debate whether electronic gaming machines in Ohio are skill-based and legal or illegal games of chance escalated Wednesday when Attorney General Marc Dann issued an emergency administrative rule in response to an executive order from Gov. Ted Strickland.
Richard Scruggs BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Special prosecutors appointed by a federal judge on Tuesday hit nationally known plaintiffs attorney Richard Scruggs and his law firm with criminal contempt charges over his handling of insurance documents related to Hurricane Katrina claims.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - Thirty state attorneys general have joined forces in urging a federal agency to take action against alcoholic energy drink manufacturers they say are making misleading statements about their products.