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05-08-20 West Virginia Record
UPS employee says she repeatedly was discriminated against, bypassed for job by former WVU football star
A United Parcel Service employee says she has been a repeat victim of discrimination by the company and was unfairly bypassed for a promotion...
John Einreinhofer made a member of the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board
He has been a life-long follower and historian of the sport...
02-24-2019 The Dominion Post
Former Preston nurse claims age discrimination played role in termination
A former registered nurse at Preston Memorial Hospital said he was fired because of his age and sued his former employer.
09-22-18 WVU College of Law
SOLO AND SMALL FIRMS: MAXIMIZE YOUR SUCCESS
Seminar: Evaluating Whether to Take an Employment Law Case: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly, and How to Tell the Difference
Seminar: Strategies for Dealing With Challenging Clients
02-23-2017 The State Journal
Former Delegate's Gender Discrimination Suit Moved to Randolph County
Former Randolph County Delegate Denise Campbell claims she was forced out of her job as a nursing home administrator because of her sex and her political activities.
West Virginia Association for Justice
59th ANNUAL CONVENTION and SEMINAR
June 1-2, 2017
Embassy Suites Hotel
Charleston, West Virginia
11-23-2016 The Inter-Mountain
Campbell Files Civil Suit Against ERCC
CHARLESTON — Elkins Rehabilitation & Care Center is being sued for gender discrimination following allegations made by Delegate Denise Campbell.
08-06-2015 The Logan Banner
Logan Co. man alleges racial discrimination
A Logan County man is suing Little General Store Inc. after he claims he was discriminated against based on his race.
06-28-2015 Charleston Daily Mail
Settlement reached in law firm sexual harassment case
A confidential settlement was reached between a woman and the Charleston law firm she claimed wrongfully terminated her for rejecting an attorney’s sexual advances.
06-29-2015 West Virginia Record
Sides settle sexual harrassment case against attorney
CHARLESTON – A lawsuit by a former employee of a Charleston law firm alleging one of the firm’s attorneys sexually harassed her has been settled.
06-11-2015 Charleston Daily Mail
Putnam Five Guys employees sue managers, chain over sexual harassment claims
Two former employees are suing a newly-opened business in Hurricane, alleging a manager at the restaurant sexually harassed them.
06-14-2015 Charleston Daily Mail
Lawyer, firm respond to allegations of fired employee
A Charleston lawyer and law firm responded to allegations in a recently filed lawsuit, saying a former employee was fired because of poor performance, not because she rejected an attorney’s sexual advances.
04-30-2015 Charleston Daily Mail
Lawsuit filed over sexual advances in law office
A Dunbar woman claims in a recently-filed lawsuit that she was wrongfully fired from a Charleston law firm for rejecting an attorney’s sexual advances.
04-30-2015 The State Journal
Former employee accuses attorney of sexual harassment
AA former employee of a Charleston law firm has filed a lawsuit alleging one of the firm’s attorneys sexually harassed her.
08-16-2013 The State Journal
John Einreinhofer...has received an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating
John Einreinhofer, the owner and principal of the Law Offices of John Einreinhofer, has received an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell in the practice areas of personal injury, litigation and insurance.
07-11-2013 West Virginia Record
Einreinhofer earns preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell
John Einreinhofer, owner and principal of the Law Offices of John Einreinhofer, has received an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell in the practice areas of Personal Injury, Litigation and Insurance.
03-16-2011 West Virginia Record
DNR settles Logan state park sexual assault suit for $50K
The state Division of Natural Resources has settled a Logan County couple's lawsuit alleging one of its employees sexually assaulted their daughter at Chief Logan State Park.
11-10-2008 West Virginia Record
Raleigh Woman Says Bank Firing was Discriminatory
A Raleigh County woman has filed a suit against a bank, claiming she was fired because of her race and sex.
October 8, 2008 - Charleston Daily Mail
Driver, Bar Owners Told to Pay in Woman's Death
A jury decided that a man involved in a fatal car crash eight years ago and the owner of a bar that he went to must pay nearly $400,000 for the death of a Charleston woman.