The steady stream of departures continues out of LeClairRyan.
Richmond’s legal community is getting the bands back together, reviving a similarly-named series that was held locally over a decade ago.
As a group of creditors attempts to force it into bankruptcy, a collapsed local mortgage company also apparently has federal authorities on its back.
A legal dustup between a local IT consulting firm and its founder has been squashed.
A recently shuttered local lender claims it was within its rights when it abruptly sent its entire workforce packing with no advance notice.
A legal fight between Henrico County and one of its biggest residential developers has made its way to the state’s highest court.
A local executive is battling one of Richmond’s biggest privately held companies, claiming his efforts to thwart attempted price-fixing cost him his job and damaged his reputation.
A bank in Michigan is going after the head of a recently shuttered Chesterfield-based mortgage company, as it looks to recoup collateral on tens of millions of dollars’ worth of allegedly defaulted loans.
A partnership born out of the state attorney general’s office has led to a new downtown law firm.
A downtown law firm has lost more of its Richmond attorneys to nearby competitors.