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.
The monthly run-down of home sales over $500,000 from data provided by the Realtor’s Association. This month, all sorts of high-end homes including farm houses in Goochland, a Georgian house in Ashland and a cabin-like home in Chesterfield.
Lots of collections efforts, especially in construction and real estate. Plus the City of Richmond is going after another alleged tax delinquent restaurant, this time at Stony Point. And tons of medical-related lawsuits, including a claim that a surgeon removed a patient’s stomach thinking it was cancerous when it wasn’t, a patient who claims she had a brain operation on the wrong side of his brain and a customer who claims he got the wrong prescription from Walgreens.
Loads of patents this week including inventions from MeadWestvaco, Afton Chemical and a high-tech defense contractor in Ashland.
Some new law offices, a company called Shoeaholic, a couple of new Mexican restaurants are just part of a huge list of new business licenses this week.
A commercial brokerage is trying to collect $23,000 from a real estate holding firm. Plus other suits involving heath care and injured workers.