Nothing super unusual this week, but lots of taxi companies, maid services and contractors.
A new standup paddle board company and a solo practitioner law firm.
Capital One has a new invention to help people get more credit. Plus, the brains at Afton Chemical are at it again; and a local inventors teams with a group in India on a complex invention.
Lots of businesses trying to collect, including Valpak, a restaurant supply company and a bank trying to recover funds from a New Kent County builder. Plus a Richmond dance club is getting sued by a patron for injuries allegedly suffered at the hands of the bouncer.
A vintage glass and pottery store in the Lakeside area of Richmond, plus a few construction firms and a model/talent agency.
A landlord wants $35,000 in unpaid rent while a local bank is trying to collect $400,000 from a developer and $200,000 from a restaurant. Plus a $300,000 garnishment from a dentist.
Another dog-related invention patented by a local pet supply manufacturer; a bunch of new patents for Afton Chemical, one for MeadWestvaco, an initial claims patent for a kettle; and as usual, a cigarette-related patent for Philip Morris.
An architecture/engineering firm is trying to collect $200,000 related to work on the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts addition. A real estate feud involving Vistas o the James. Plus an accounting firm is being sued for malpractice and a Performance Food Group is trying to collect from a Stony Point restaurant. And Chesterfield is going to try and sell developments that are delinquent on taxes.
A new Brazilian bakery, plus an interior. Best new name: Lunch Junkies, LLC.
Lots of disputes this week, including some interesting cases in the construction industry. For example, a contractor hired to fix a pond for the City of Richmond wants the court to approve higher compensation because the project was allegedly more complicated than the City said it was. Plus a woman claims she tripped in the buffet line at a Piccadilly restaurant when her foot got entangled in a mat.