After adding 21 attorneys in 18 months, Vernon Inge says his plan has come together.
Nearly two years to the day after MGT Construction toppled into bankruptcy in the face of a massive accounting scandal, federal authorities have charged one of the alleged conspirators with criminal fraud.
Richmond federal court’s status as a safe haven for bankrupt national retailers is proving to be a boon once again for local attorneys.
The beef between a group of Virginia banks and Richmond’s largest credit union is headed for another round.
After five years working in Richmond under the banner of a South Carolina-based law firm, two local attorneys have struck out on their own.
The bad blood between a local real estate firm and its former accountant has led to yet another legal battle.
The 250-attorney firm quietly set up shop in Scott’s Addition in 2019, and most recently lured a lawyer over from McGuireWoods just before year-end.
Troutman Sanders, which operates one of the larger law practices in the region with 150 attorneys, announced Thursday a deal to merge with Pepper Hamilton, another sizable firm based in Philadelphia.
In one of the busiest years in recent memory for Richmond law firm news, there was the story of LeClairRyan – and then there was everything else.
Phelan Petty bought the building at 3315 W. Broad St. for $975,000 earlier this year from law firm Geoff McDonald & Associates.