A dispute between two local real estate players over the management of nearly a dozen apartment buildings has spilled into court.
‘Not all good and not all bad’: Hild sentenced, remains free while fighting restitution
Friday’s sentencing hearing included a choked-up Hild addressing the court, apologizing to his former employees, his wife and even the city of Richmond.
Hild set for sentencing today, asks for 0-3 years in prison
The former Live Well Financial CEO will stand before a federal judge this afternoon in Manhattan to learn his fate. His attorney calls for no prison time, while prosecutors want up to 15 years.
Mississippi law firm lures team from rival to grow Richmond ranks
Seven years after expanding into Richmond, the firm has doubled its local attorney headcount in one fell swoop.
House flipper Romano sentenced to 9 years in prison
The judge said he had considered up to 15 years for the “Richmond famous” contractor who was convicted of embezzling funds from his main lender.
Former Live Well execs who testified against Hild get new sentencing dates
With a sentencing date set for former Live Well Financial CEO Michael Hild, two of his former top lieutenants and co-conspirators now know when they will learn their fate.
Judge swiftly denies Hild’s last-ditch effort to avoid sentencing
The former Live Well Financial CEO’s attempt to invoke legal arguments tied to the case of fallen crypto king Sam Bankman-Fried wasn’t enough to delay his looming sentencing date set for later this month.
Hild latches onto Sam Bankman-Fried case as sentencing looms
In a potential last-ditch attempt to change the course of his conviction, Michael Hild is looking to capitalize on a judge’s recent recusal from the high-profile criminal case of notorious crypto king Sam Bankman-Fried.
Richmond legal roundup: White-collar crime took center stage in 2022
Plenty of high-profile white-collar criminal cases played out in local courtrooms this year, while the local legal industry saw changes from mergers, lateral moves and expansions by out-of-towners.
Live Well trustee looks to Hild criminal ruling to move bankruptcy case along
The day after Hild’s conviction was upheld by a judge in Manhattan, the bankruptcy trustee of his collapsed mortgage company looked to capitalize on the long-awaited decision.