Eight years into his 16-year federal prison sentence for a multimillion-dollar historic tax credit scheme, a notorious Richmond real estate developer is getting a reprieve.
A Roanoke-based law firm is increasing its presence in Richmond, thanks in part to yet more lawyers leaving LeClairRyan, which has had dozens of partners depart in the last year.
The founding CEO of a touted local startup claims he was forced out by the company because of a side gig that spiraled into a litigious feud.
For the second time in two years, a San Francisco-based children’s clothing company is seeking refuge in Richmond’s bankruptcy courts, in a move that’s good news for some local attorneys and bad news for three local malls.
With a bullish view on its business prospects in Richmond, a Chicago-based midsized law firm has signed on for a new, larger office downtown.
Six months after beginning his search for an “A-team” of local attorneys to join him at Whiteford Taylor & Preston’s new Richmond outpost, Vernon Inge has lured his next wave of recruits and found permanent office space for his group.
In search of an eight-figure cash pool to help pay off hefty legal settlements, the former top brass of a toppled Richmond blood testing company are suing two major insurers who allegedly wrongfully denied them coverage in the wake of the firm’s collapse.
Ten months after he was accused of a scheme to defraud creditors in a bankruptcy case, a notorious Richmond landlord has agreed to a settlement that federal regulators expect to secure payment to those he owes.
Facing two court rulings against him and upwards of $750,000 in reported debt, a once-high-profile local house rehabber has filed for personal bankruptcy protection.
The owner said he has learned an expensive lesson in trademark infringement after resolving a dispute that began this year.