On the road to a major Texas merger, one of Richmond’s larger law firms is making a quick pickup in New England.
Michael Schwartz is the editor of Richmond BizSense, and covers banking, lawsuits, finance, M&A and golf. He can be reached at [email protected] or 804-855-1037.
The banking giant will put up for grabs a 90-year-old building along a stretch of the neighborhood that’s garnering renewed interest.
The trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of the collapsed Richmond blood-testing firm has its eye on another big pot of potential cash for creditors.
A subcontractor wants permission to continue its four-year legal fight against the local firm whose bankruptcy filing last month put a hold on the two sides’ dispute over six figures’ worth of allegedly unpaid work.
A round of renovations to the county-owned course is off the table for now, as the Board of Supervisors ponders bringing in a third party to manage the property or repurposing its acreage.
The owner of three area golf clubs has turned one over to the residents of the surrounding neighborhood.
An acquisition deal gives it four additional attorneys, three staffers and two new offices in Syracuse and Manhattan.
Some of the issues that led the local construction firm into bankruptcy have become a little clearer.
For its latest acquisition, a downtown-based group is making its first leap into manufacturing.
Two months after it was acquired by a larger local peer, the Richmond bank has rid itself of one more vestige of its previous life.