In case you haven’t noticed, there are two opinions from the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia that were not released during the term that ended on November 25, and presumably will be issued during the term that begins next month. One of the opinions is Perrine v. E. I. duPont deNemours and Co., which is DuPont’s appeal from the $400 million verdict returned in the medical-monitoring class action resulting from its operation of a zinc smelter in Harrison County, West Virginia. That appeal was argued on April 7, which means that it has been held over for two terms already. The other opinion is Mylan Laboratories, Inc. v. American Motorists Insurance Co., which was argued on September 2, and is Mylan’s appeal from summary judgment granted in favor of four insurance companies regarding their duty to defend and indemnify Mylan in two separate lawsuits.