It’s been a busy summer of attorney shuffling in Richmond, fueled in large part by unrest at LeClairRyan. But other firms are getting in on the warm-weather poaching.
As it mulls plans to open its first retail branch in the Richmond market near Willow Lawn, the banking giant is showing it’s hungry for more local real estate.
Shelia Anderson was being overtaken by yarn hanging from her doors and chairs, littering all her tables. She realized it was time to take her business out of her home in Jackson Ward.
A year-old Jackson Ward restaurant is taking to the streets in search of new revenue and a potential second location.
A recently shuttered beer and barbeque joint on East Leigh Street is being filled with a similar concept by new owners.
An accelerated effort to let voters weigh in on the public funding portion of the proposed Navy Hill development was struck down Wednesday by a divided Richmond City Council.
The Richmond region posted its strongest showing in recent years on the Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, with a Mechanicsville firm breaking into the top 10 for the first time.
An otherwise quiet year for local bank mergers got a small jolt this week.
LeClairRyan scored a legal victory last week against a controversial former client, even as it’s in the midst of going out of business in the face of a mass attorney exodus.
A local health food startup is looking to haul in another eight-figure investment.