Capping a busy summer of legal moves in the Richmond market, an out-of-town law firm has opened its first Virginia office in Innsbrook.
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Operators both large and small are vying for the chance to take the reins of a county-owned golf course in Henrico.
A dousing of late summer heat wasn’t enough to keep a crowd of 300 from pouring into the Port City complex Wednesday evening for the latest installment of BizSense’s Hard Hat Happy Hour series.
A frontrunner finally has emerged in the race to open two high-tech driving range and entertainment facilities in the Richmond market.
A year-old Richmond-based law firm is on the move.
On the list of assets the government would look to seize are more than two dozen properties in and around Manchester, as well as the Hilds’ various businesses, including their oyster farming company and recently opened Dogtown Brewing.
An area golf course has been brought back from the dead, but it’s not fully out of the woods.
A local bank has trimmed its branch count to the north and west of Richmond.
The embattled local businessman isn’t going down without a fight.
The shell of what’s left of Richmond law firm LeClairRyan was put into Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Tuesday, leaving creditors, including its landlord at the SunTrust Center downtown, on the hook for tens of millions of dollars.