The once-high-profile local house-flipper scored a legal victory, with the judge pointing a finger at a local real estate law firm.
Thomas, Thomas & Hafer opened its first local office last month at 1519 Huguenot Road in Midlothian.
The 254-room hotel at 12042 W. Broad St. was placed into a receivership after owner Shamin Hotels defaulted on a $45 million loan secured by the property.
The latest phase of the collapsed Richmond law firm’s bankruptcy has become a case of lawyers suing lawyers.
Sonny Hughes, a nearly four-decade veteran of the Richmond legal scene, opened the door by retiring.
The used car retailer, which went public in January, has been sued at least three times in the last two months for alleged securities law violations.
Meanwhile, longtime Richmond law firm CowanGates is expanding east into Hampton Roads.
Creditors of the collapsed electronics retailer received 55 cents on the dollar. Attorneys and other professionals billed the bankruptcy estate for $212 million.
The Richmond businessman convicted of fraud over an alleged bond pricing scheme claims his counsel was ineffective because of conflicts of interest.
Joey McCullough owned four Burgerim locations in the Richmond region before the chain collapsed and the founder fled. Now he’s replacing them.