According to this article by Ken Ward, Jr. in Thursday’s Charleston (West Virginia) Gazette, a decision in DuPont’s appeal of a $400 million verdict in a medical monitoring class action is one of two that the Supreme Court of Appeals has delayed until at least September, when its new term begins on September 2. The other decision that has been delayed involves a lawyer disciplinary matter. Here’s my post from last September when the Court accepted the apppeal.

The appeal had been originally scheduled for March 25, but was rescheduled to April 7 due to the death of Justice Joseph P. Albright. The docket for March 25 provides the circuit court’s orders and the parties’ and amici briefs.