The Economic Development Authority of the City of Richmond is seeking judgments from a handful of businesses and a major local law firm is trying to collect $200,000 from a client. Plus Padow’s Deli is trying to get rid of a franchisee it says isn’t paying its bill, while landlords try to collect backed rent from a record store chain. And a plaintiff is suing the Greater Richmond Transit Authority for, $1 million, claiming he was tossed from the bus into a metal bench by the bus driver when he refused to get off the bus or pay the additional fare.
A new home builder and a property conservation company. Plus new retailers and restaurants.
Some promising patents this week including an invention for restraining someone, a painter-friendly ladder and a flame resistant garment. Plus, another patent for Capital One and a few for Phillip Morris.
Comcast thinks it paid too much in taxes to the City of Richmond in 2006 and wants some of the money back. Plus an actor is trying to collect unpaid wages for an instructional film he was in about WWI. Plus a bank is seeking a judgment for $8 million and a billboard company is in a fight with the City of Richmond over one of its billboards.
The second phase of Willow Lawn return to an outdoor mall is about to start, and the permit is for $2.5 million. Plus lots of office rennovations.
Lots of new contractors and retailers.
Matthew Whitaker doesn’t dispute the terms of his firing, but he has an issue with what happened later.
A manufacturer of gambling equipment wants to get its products back from an Internet Sweepstakes Café, which has since closed. Plus a lawyer is suing a retirement home for $1 million, a law firm is trying to collect $45,000, and Dominion Power is suing an industrial company for $2 million.
The brains at Hamilton Beach in Glen Allen have been busy lately with several new patents this week. A Shockoe Slip-based drug device maker gets yet another patent. And Phillip Morris has now invented a dissolvable tobacco strip.
An internet café is suing its landlord for access to its location, a law firm is getting sued for malpractice, a former school board employee in Hanover wants the courts to make the County pay her a salary again, and a case about an alleged faulty fish tank. Plus a patent infringement suit involving a parking company.