Downtown apartment projects bring two cases this week: An acquisition company claims $2.75 million for fraud because the seller of several buildings didn’t disclose known defects, and a construction management company says it is owed at least $750,000 for its services. And a woman claims the tip of her finger was chopped off in a reclining sleeper chair at a hospital. Keep up with all the cases with BizSense Pro.
To help raise money and awareness for women’s cancers, Saks Fifth Avenue Richmond will partner with VCU Massey Cancer Center to host the Key to the Cure kickoff on Thursday, October 16 at 6pm featuring a personal appearance and fashion presentation by Nanette Lepore.
A $32 million commercial building in Henrico County gets approval and a storage facility gets a $2 million addition. See the full list of local building permits with BizSense Pro.
A busy time for local investment banks as Harris Williams works more than a dozen deals. Plus transactions from Matrix Capital Markets, Marriott & Co., Cary Street Partners and more.
Three Richmond brewers headed to Denver over the weekend to compete in the Great American Beer festival, and one is bringing home a gold medal.
A machinery company is sued after a construction worker is killed on the job, the city gets a lawsuit after rejecting a FOIA request, and an amusement park visitor files a suit over a Halloween prank gone awry. Keep up with all the cases with BizSense Pro.
New patents from du Pont, Philip Morris and more.