The legal wrangling between local commercial real estate firm Thalhimer and one of its former longtime employees has taken yet another step toward a conclusion after nearly two years.
Five months after parting ways with City Hall, the former face of economic development efforts in Richmond has taken a comparable gig with a downtown law firm.
Two longtime law firms from Richmond and Hampton Roads are now one.
A group of bankruptcy attorneys has swapped firms downtown.
At least three federal agencies are investigating an accounting scheme that last year toppled the construction arm of local commercial real estate firm Thalhimer.
As a Richmond architecture firm keeps up its legal fight against the developer behind a delayed hotel rehab in Petersburg, a second lawsuit likewise alleging nonpayment on the project has been filed by another area business.
The financial performance of some of the biggest names in the Richmond legal industry earned attention in recent weeks from a popular trade publication, which found that three of the region’s largest law firms brought in a combined $1.6 billion in revenue last year.
Relations between a publicly traded company that’s soon to move its headquarters to Henrico County and its founder appear to have splintered.
After a decision by the judge in the case caught lawyers on both sides by surprise, a legal dispute between a local commercial real estate brokerage and one of its former executives may be on a path to avoid a trial and reach a resolution nearly 18 months after it was filed.
A local real estate firm is looking optimistically to the future as one of its co-founders, who had faced felony indictments related to his work as a contractor and home renovator, reached a plea deal last week that results in those charges being dismissed.