Some neat names this week: Edible Blessings Bakery and Big Love Marketing Agency. Plus a new sound studio and real estate firm.
A laboratory claims a former executive used company assets. A lender is trying to recover funds from an ambulance authority. Plus a billboard company is trying to collect from a Hampton Inn that didn’t pay its bill and lots of landlords trying to collect rent. And of course some slip and falls, including one at an ice skating rink.
New licenses from general contractors a dentist and a courier service. Plus a new pizza place on Forest Hill Ave.
The latest local patents include a closet with a built-in piggy bank, a bridge system for stringed instruments, a blender and a kitchen appliance that can keep food hot and cold at the same time.
Some fascinating cases this week: a former employee allegedly opened bank accounts in the name of his former employer and then took out money, and now the company is suing the bank. Plus collections efforts from a handful of banks. Please also note, specific cases are available to BizSense Pro subscribers for an additional charge. BizSense will email the case to you.
A new investment bank/advisor in Henrico and some new restaurants.
Landlords, a bank and a supplier of food to restaurants are all trying to collect. Plus a suit alleging that a business that wired money was taking some of it. And of course some slip and falls, this week at a Wendy’s and Short Pump Town Center.
Lots of neighborhood markets opening, plus a retailer in Richmond called “RetroZone.”
In the R&D Dept. this week, a new surgical tool, a food product checking system for grading food and a new grip for devices like walkers. Plus a bunch of more technical ones from local manufacturers and a new credit card user option at Capital One.
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.