After losing part of its Richmond attorney team to one rival, the firm is reconstituting its local ranks by poaching attorneys from two other competitors.
Michael Hild again asks for new trial, citing new evidence against lenders
This time pointing the finger at the lenders of his former firm, the embattled former Live Well Financial CEO is back on the offensive as he continues his fight to remain out of prison and overturn his criminal fraud conviction.
Dominion to sell downtown city block after scrapping plans for ‘clean energy park’
A full city block in downtown Richmond may be developed after all, as Dominion Energy has changed course yet again for the vacant lot it owns next to its headquarters.
Under shareholder scrutiny, local real estate firm adds new outside director to its board
Bowing to pressure from outspoken investors, Medalist Diversified REIT added one of its largest shareholders to its board of directors. Calls for a new CEO are still circulating.
Bidding extended for auction of part of former Goochland golf course
The potential sale of part of a former Goochland golf course is coming down to the wire, albeit two weeks later than planned.
Bruce Matson earns early release from prison
The disgraced former Richmond attorney and bankruptcy trustee is now set to be released from federal custody this September, about half way into his original 44-month sentence.
LandAmerica bankruptcy case coming to a close – for good this time
A select few creditors of the LandAmerica Financial Group bankruptcy estate are getting a little extra recompense, money leftover from Bruce Matson’s theft and subsequent repayment of nearly $3 million in wind-down funds.
Current exec at Office Interiors of Virginia makes bid to buy company out of bankruptcy
A potential white knight has swooped in to pull a local office furniture company out of bankruptcy – and he comes from within the ranks of the company itself.
No prison time for former Live Well Financial CFO
Eric Rohr was sentenced Thursday in Manhattan to time served, meaning no additional time behind bars, plus three years of supervised release, including one year of home detention.
Former Live Well Financial CFO to be sentenced today in fraud that toppled mortgage firm
Eric Rohr’s attorney and federal prosecutors are urging leniency due to his extensive cooperation in the case, including serving as a key witness in the trial against his former boss, Live Well founder Michael Hild.