The lawsuit pitting well-known Richmond businessman Stuart Siegel against the estate and survivors of his deceased personal assistant continues to play out in Henrico Circuit Court.
A busy year for local lawyer moves continues, as a Richmond firm has added a foursome of attorneys and a new office in Hampton Roads.
The namesake of VCU’s Siegel Center is suing the estate of his former assistant, seeking to claw back upwards of $1 million she allegedly stole from and that’s now in the name of her beneficiaries.
Prosecutors are striking back at Hild’s latest attempt to overturn his federal fraud conviction, arguing he shouldn’t get a do-over on charges related to the downfall of his former company Live Well Financial.
A kava kerfuffle between the state government and a new specialty bar in the Fan is taking a litigious turn.
The firm, which has 30 offices nationally, launched its Richmond operations on June 1. It’s on the hunt for additional attorney in town and a downtown office space.
After losing part of its Richmond attorney team to one rival, the firm is reconstituting its local ranks by poaching attorneys from two other competitors.
This time pointing the finger at the lenders of his former firm, the embattled former Live Well Financial CEO is back on the offensive as he continues his fight to remain out of prison and overturn his criminal fraud conviction.
After multiple attempts over more than a year to get a residential development through the Hanover rezoning process, a local firm has taken to the courtroom in its latest bid to move the project forward.
The year-old suit accused developer Chris Harrison of committing fraud and money laundering in an effort to wrest control of the South Richmond redevelopment, which has since opened its first phase of apartments.