A busy Docket this week including suits filed against the RRHA, a local concrete company files three suits against the same contractor, and a well-known developer is suing Henrico County over valuable land on W. Broad Street.
Patents this week from Genworth, Philip Morris and a Shockoe Slip-based drug device maker.
Tons of new businesses this week including a new burger joint and a business called RVApong.
Lots of squabbling over foreclosures. And a pair of former workers are suing their old company, claiming they were fired for refusing to break the law. Plus a woman claims she was injured walking into a bank – the door allegedly came off its hinges.
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.