Matthew Chapman co-authors a two-part legislative update for West Virginia Law Review

Oct 1, 2015 | News

Associate Matthew Chapman, along with Judge Joseph K. Reeder, published a two-part update on West Virginia laws impacting the legal community in 2015 for the West Virginia Law Review. Part one discusses several of those laws—including election of judges, the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act, Premises Liability and the Medical Professional Liability Act—and the possible effects. Part two focuses on the limitations on punitive damages, deliberate intent, choice of law in products liability suits, comparative fault, wrongful/retaliatory discharge, and the Wage Payment and Collection Act. Click here to read part one. And click here to read part two.