The financial performance of some of the biggest names in the Richmond legal industry earned attention in recent weeks from a popular trade publication, which found that three of the region’s largest law firms brought in a combined $1.6 billion in revenue last year.
Relations between a publicly traded company that’s soon to move its headquarters to Henrico County and its founder appear to have splintered.
After a decision by the judge in the case caught lawyers on both sides by surprise, a legal dispute between a local commercial real estate brokerage and one of its former executives may be on a path to avoid a trial and reach a resolution nearly 18 months after it was filed.
A local real estate firm is looking optimistically to the future as one of its co-founders, who had faced felony indictments related to his work as a contractor and home renovator, reached a plea deal last week that results in those charges being dismissed.
Five years after purchasing one marina on the James, the owner of Richmond Yacht Basin has acquired a neighboring harbor just upriver, in a move that has prompted a lawsuit from previous operators who claim they were supposed to have first dibs.
The local ranks of LeClairRyan have taken yet another hit, as two more of its seasoned shareholder attorneys have jumped to a Baltimore-based firm’s new Richmond office.
Eight years into his 16-year federal prison sentence for a multimillion-dollar historic tax credit scheme, a notorious Richmond real estate developer is getting a reprieve.
A Roanoke-based law firm is increasing its presence in Richmond, thanks in part to yet more lawyers leaving LeClairRyan, which has had dozens of partners depart in the last year.
The founding CEO of a touted local startup claims he was forced out by the company because of a side gig that spiraled into a litigious feud.
For the second time in two years, a San Francisco-based children’s clothing company is seeking refuge in Richmond’s bankruptcy courts, in a move that’s good news for some local attorneys and bad news for three local malls.