A Shockoe Slip law firm has two new outposts in Hampton Roads.
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Gentry Locke this month opened its first local office, adding to a Roanoke outpost it has had since its inception and a Lynchburg office it opened a few years ago.
Despite pulling the plug on a planned downtown branch and closing a location in Hopewell as part of a round of expense cuts, a Richmond bank is moving closer to a deal for an outpost in Scott’s Addition.
In an ironic twist following their litigious separation four years ago, attorneys from two rival law firms are back in close proximity.
In a bid to expand its merger-and-acquisition advisory business, one of Richmond’s biggest accounting firms fittingly made an acquisition of its own.
With the assets of his company and his clients still frozen, a Chesterfield man accused by the SEC of running a $5 million Ponzi scheme may soon have more than a civil lawsuit and angry investors to contend with.
Six months after it earned a green light from Henrico County and with its competitor well underway on a location in Goochland, a chain of high-tech golf driving ranges appears ready to dig in on its first Richmond-area venue.
A large insurance company is shutting down operations of its main Virginia brand and will close its 52-person office in Innsbrook.
The legal battle between a downtown law firm and the former head of collapsed local blood testing company Health Diagnostic Laboratory looks to be headed to federal court.