Lots of beautiful homes in the Fan including a $700,000 one on Monument. Plus the socialites Fergusons sold their house on Three Chopt.
Interesting new business names of the week: Ideeluxe, Glow Girl Glow LLC, Richmond Rebels LLC and FrostFest 2012.
A feud between dentists in Henrico. Plus a Richmond-based counseling business is getting sued by its payroll company. Two locally-based law firms are trying to collect and as usual, a few construction-related suits, including one from a contractor trying to get paid for work on a Chesterfield fire station.
VCU gets the green light for patents on couple inventions, including a new invention for headphones. Plus patents for MeadWestvaco, Hamilton Beach, Philip Morris and more.
Interesting new business names of the week: Grateful Gypsy, Circus Jumps, and dentist office called Who Does Your Teeth. Plus, a license for a new burger joint in Henrico.
A massive Docket this week, with lots of developer and contractor disputes and a ton of medical malpractice lawsuits. And a computer leasing company wants to collect more than $200,000 from SunTrust while a participant of a “mud run” is suing for millions for an injury he allegedly suffered after diving into a mud pit at an event on Brown’s Island.
A new BBQ restaurant this week. And as usual, some interesting new business names such as Exmeth Shop, Tat It Up Team, and the Tasmanian Painter.
A big national bank filed a ton of confessed judgments against local firms this week. And a local developer is sued for the third time in recent months.
Patents this week for Capital One, Intelliject and Philip Morris. Plus Freddie Mac received a patent for a system that helps it determine the likelihood that a loan will close.
An unusually high number of suits against contractors/construction firms. Plus the state is going after a payday lender. And a public transit bus rider claims she was literally thrown from a bus by the driver after she got into an argument with him over a fare.