The former LeClairRyan attorney is incarcerated in West Virginia, but the successor trustee on the case continues to pursue a lawsuit against him seeking hundreds of thousands in damages.
The lawsuit claims the university owes $240,000 for 10 months of back rent but VCU says the landlord failed to meet the lease terms.
The Richmond outposts of two soon-to-merge Virginia law firms won’t have far to go when it comes time to combine their local operations.
It’s the second multi-million-dollar settlement to result from the trustee’s lawsuit against UnitedLex, which was initially sued in the case for $128 million in damages.
The embattled Richmond businessman faces a combined maximum of 115 years in prison on counts including securities fraud, mail fraud and bank fraud.
The owner of the parking lot wants to include it in its planned redevelopment, but the company that leases the 51 spots allegedly isn’t cooperating.
The federal criminal trial of the former local house flipper and the woman authorized to disburse construction draws to Romano from the lender’s bank account is set for June 6-8.
Eric Rohr struck a deal last week with trustee David Carickhoff in which he will pay $25,000, give up certain rights, and testify against other insiders.
As its permitting office’s third-party review program enters its third year, the city has hired a third party of its own — in California.
An arrest warrant for the once-high-profile local house-flipper was issued Tuesday.