Michael Hild’s trial had been set for October but now will be held in Manhattan in April, as he and his attorney requested more time to prepare.
His death, at age 47, left his small downtown firm in the hands of a receiver, tasked with unwinding its affairs, including dozens of ongoing cases.
With a new judge on the case, Attorney General Mark Herring is continuing his fight to squash the lawsuit that thus far has prevented the state from taking down the Robert E. Lee Monument on Monument Avenue.
It turns out the Lee Monument lawsuits were too close to home for Judge Bradley Cavedo after all.
With a sentencing hearing looming next week, one of the former employees of MGT Construction who had a hand in the accounting scheme that toppled the general contracting firm has bought himself some extra time.
Another Richmond Circuit Court judge has taken himself off one of the lawsuits seeking to stop the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue on Monument Avenue – and this time it’s the judge who lives in the neighborhood.
The marriage of Troutman Sanders and Pepper Hamilton is complete. The Troutman’s downtown Richmond office is now the third-largest of the combined firm’s 23 locations.
A combined six local judges have recused themselves from two lawsuits filed this month seeking to halt the removal of the Robert E. Lee Monument on Monument Avenue. One of the two remaining judges lives in the neighborhood.
Round one in the legal bout between local accounting giant Cherry Bekaert and Richmond real estate heavyweight Thalhimer has ended, but the jousting continues.
By way of Luxembourg and with tens of billions of dollars at stake, a global satellite telecom company has beamed into Richmond to file for bankruptcy. With that comes another big catch for local bankruptcy attorneys to feast on.