CHIP of Greater Richmond has merged with Family Lifeline, creating an abuse-prevention and health services organization with 40 employees and a combined annual budget of $3.5 million.
A proposal to create a new corporate structure has advanced its social-mission message to Senate.
Developer Justin French’s downward spiral finds him facing up to three decades in prison for abusing state and federal tax credit programs.
A local bank got caught up in the middle of a dispute between two business partners and is now on the receiving end of a $1.35 million lawsuit.
As a result of the hit developer Justin French allegedly gave a governmental program that awards tax credits for historic rehabilitation, a local agency is changing some of its protocols.
The Richmond law firm announced Monday the addition of more than 35 attorneys and employees across the country and a new office in Rochester, N.Y.
The lender on an apartment project wants to finish what formerly high-flying developer Justin French started.
A Maryland man plead guilty to mail fraud related to a scheme in which he embezzled $370,000 from his employer, Richmond headquartered K Line America. Timothy Kany Sr., 49, worked as a manager in K Line’s Baltimore office. K Line America is the U.S. subsidiary of the Tokyo-based ocean cargo company. According to his guilty… Read more »
A local economic research firm has filed a $30 million lawsuit against another local economist and several other defendants, alleging that they conspired to misuse trade secrets to develop a competing research product.
A hearing to present the state’s case against developer Justin French on multiple fraud charges will be continued until next year.