On the road to a major Texas merger, one of Richmond’s larger law firms is making a quick pickup in New England.
An acquisition deal gives it four additional attorneys, three staffers and two new offices in Syracuse and Manhattan.
A major marriage soon will bring a name change and add 300 attorneys to the ranks of one of Richmond’s oldest and biggest law firms.
The local practice, which focuses on intellectual property, has expanded for the second time this year, with the latest move taking it out of state.
A Richmond law firm that boasts clients in the entertainment industry has expanded its practice westward. Gavin Law Office, which was founded locally in 2002, last month opened an office in Charlottesville. The expansion was prompted by the addition of Elva Mason Holland, a Charlottesville attorney who had a longtime solo practice before joining Gavin…. Read more »
A notorious Richmond landlord with a history of legal troubles is facing fresh allegations of a scheme to defraud creditors in a bankruptcy case. A year after filing for personal bankruptcy, Oliver Lawrence, who once was sentenced by a judge to live in one of his dilapidated rental properties, is being accused of plotting with… Read more »
A Richmond law firm has beefed up its ranks after losing a namesake attorney at the beginning of the year.
One is adding new talent from a crosstown rival and another is opening a new office in the western part of the state.
A namesake of the local law firm rang in the New Year by jumping to a downtown rival, bringing a few of his colleagues with him and prompting a rebranding at the firm he left.
For the second time this year, there’s a change at the top at one of Richmond’s largest law firms.