“It’s a group of people coming to our partner restaurants to talk in small groups and learn what they have in common and make meaningful connections,” Geoff Garrett said of his new venture, For2. “It’s like speed dating in groups.”
Funds from the payments would be put toward preservation projects in Richmond and contribute to a legal defense fund for the Virginia Historic Preservation Easement Program.
William Romm III, who ran afoul of his customers several years ago, has pleaded guilty to concealing assets during his personal bankruptcy, including hiding the purchase of a $100,000 boat.
The resolution is playing out through mediation but has been slowed by the difficulty of communicating with Matson while he serves his federal prison sentence in West Virginia.
The annual concert, which features artists with at least one attorney in their lineup, is getting the bands and the fans back together tonight.
“For small brewers, this is a really, really big deal,” Brett Vassey, CEO of the Virginia Craft Brewers Guild, said of the group’s efforts to tweak the entrenched “three-tier system.”
Lindsey Passmore must pay more than $1.2 million in restitution, including $550,000 to S. Page Allen & Associates, the law firm where she worked when illegally disbursing construction draws to Romano.
Michael Hild continues to shine a light on the legal troubles of his former attorney, while federal prosecutors accuse Hild of creating an anonymous Twitter account to smear his childhood friend and other associates.
Chris Harrison has denied claims of fraud and money laundering and countersued two of the project’s investors, all while working to finalize a deal with the City of Petersburg to sell back the controversial old Ramada Inn property.
After a three year legal dispute, the Virginia State Corporation Commission decided Virginia Credit Union cannot offer membership to the 10,000-member Medical Society of Virginia.