Nearly all of KVCF’s attorneys will be making the move, which will lead to the firm being wound down and leaving its main office in Shockoe for the Williams Mullen Center a few blocks up.
The trademark dispute between two similarly named Virginia financial advisory firms has been settled after nearly a year of back-and-forth in court.
The president and longtime attorney of Richmond law firm Hirschler set out today, at 2 a.m. Central European Time, in hopes of becoming the first woman to solo swim the roughly 15-mile Fehmarn Belt strait both ways, and to beat a male swimmer’s record time in the process.
Darren Stumberger will be the third Live Well executive to stand before Judge Ronnie Abrams for sentencing in a case related to a bond scheme that defrauded several lenders and sent the company into bankruptcy.
The complaint from the lounge’s former landlord alleges property damages including “heavy cigar and cigarette smoke smell” and floors that “required a steam cleaner because the grease was so thick.”
The lawsuit pitting well-known Richmond businessman Stuart Siegel against the estate and survivors of his deceased personal assistant continues to play out in Henrico Circuit Court.
A busy year for local lawyer moves continues, as a Richmond firm has added a foursome of attorneys and a new office in Hampton Roads.
The namesake of VCU’s Siegel Center is suing the estate of his former assistant, seeking to claw back upwards of $1 million she allegedly stole from and that’s now in the name of her beneficiaries.
Prosecutors are striking back at Hild’s latest attempt to overturn his federal fraud conviction, arguing he shouldn’t get a do-over on charges related to the downfall of his former company Live Well Financial.
A kava kerfuffle between the state government and a new specialty bar in the Fan is taking a litigious turn.