Tons of real-estate-related suits this week for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Plus one local bank is trying to collect from a HVAC contractor and another local bank is trying to get back $56,000 from an Italian restaurant.
A Petersburg company has invented a knife with a heated blade. And Philip Morris has a slew of new patents including a chewable tobacco pouch.
Some interesting names of new businesses this week including: All Brains Entertainment, Poparazzi Boutique, and All About Vinyl.
A meaty Docket this week: Two doctors are feuding in Chesterfield, while a vendor has filed a six-figure legal action against Chesterfield sports complex SportsQuest. Plus some big collections efforts (including a $1.4 million claim against a construction company) and a plaintiff claims a former co-worker stabbed her with a screw driver.
Best new name “Direct Beat DJ Company”
A real estate development in Chesterfield doesn’t want a power line built. And a photocopier company wants its equipment back from a non-paying copy shop.
A new nightclub, a ton of new restaurants including a Moroccan Grill, and a bar called Brass Monkeys Bar.
A construction firm is trying to collect a quarter of a million dollars related to a Manchester apartment project, and a creditor wants a special receiver appointed for a hotel company.
A new law firm gets its business license this week. Plus, two new Chinese restaurants and a new caterer called Dollop.
A legal malpractice suit, plus lots of collections efforts.