A New Kent County development that was threatened with foreclosure filed last week for bankruptcy, but the man behind the $30 million village isn’t throwing in the towel just yet.
The business interests and commercial real estate holdings of two bankrupt Richmond socialites will be auctioned off in the coming months.
A Richmond bank claims it was duped by a prominent –now bankrupt – local couple with deep ties to the business community and the charitable scene.
A rural county near Charlottesville is suing a Richmond financial firm it worked with for more than 15 years.
The State Corporation Commission opened an inquiry into the Tetra Companies, a defunct real estate investment group based in Virginia Beach.
Hirschler Fleischer is named in a lawsuit related to an alleged Ponzi scheme.
Under pressure from a lender, a big local developer filed for personal bankruptcy protection.
Questions about the financial state of a local REIT have class action attorneys across the country smelling blood.
Wunderlich Securities, a Tennessee-based investment firm that entered the Richmond market in November, has reached a settlement with the SEC related to allegations of overcharging its clients.
Abusing historic tax credits wasn’t the only scheme developer Justin French might have had his sleeve.