A jammed packed docket this week. A local engineering firm wants a judgment of $375,000 against the Nature Conservancy. And in a fascinating case, another engineering firm wants its money back from a Richmond non-profit that it says received an enormous donation by an employee who stole those funds from it. Plus, municipalities are going after businesses that are late on business license fees.
A bunch of new taxis this week. Most unusual name: No Disrespect Entertainment LLC.
A bank is trying to collect more than $2 million on a defaulted note to a moving company magnate plus other collection efforts, including a condo association v. an insurance company. Plus a plaintiff claims she swallowed a piece of glass from a Pepsi. There are no Chesterfield cases this week on account of the snow.
Lots of new retailers, including a ton of salons. Plus new construction companies. And one neat name this week: Off the Hookah.
A local inventor has a new apparatus for an indoor fire place. Plus industrial patents from a handful of other companies.
Banks are all over the Docket this week trying to collect from developers and even each other. Plus some small business squabbles.
Three local companies declared bankruptcy this week, including the owner of a truck stop and motel near Kings Dominion and the owner of an 84-acre undeveloped tract of land, a trailer park and a Mexican restaurant.
New permit for a jelly and jam company, plus new construction firms and some retail.
Lots of businesses trying to collect unpaid bills, plus an unusually high number of slip and falls (the usual defendants, McDonald’s, Martin’s super market …) And a handful of medical malpractice, including one against a doctor and HCA for operating on the wrong side of the plaintiff’s brain.
A new Cheese Steak on Parham, plus a new candle store and a business called The Nutty Virginian.