Six months after beginning his search for an “A-team” of local attorneys to join him at Whiteford Taylor & Preston’s new Richmond outpost, Vernon Inge has lured his next wave of recruits and found permanent office space for his group.
In search of an eight-figure cash pool to help pay off hefty legal settlements, the former top brass of a toppled Richmond blood testing company are suing two major insurers who allegedly wrongfully denied them coverage in the wake of the firm’s collapse.
Ten months after he was accused of a scheme to defraud creditors in a bankruptcy case, a notorious Richmond landlord has agreed to a settlement that federal regulators expect to secure payment to those he owes.
Facing two court rulings against him and upwards of $750,000 in reported debt, a once-high-profile local house rehabber has filed for personal bankruptcy protection.
The owner said he has learned an expensive lesson in trademark infringement after resolving a dispute that began this year.
A local investment advisor now faces federal prison time after pleading guilty this week to bilking dozens of investors out of more than $6 million.
Henrico Circuit Court Chief Judge James Yoffy has upheld the county’s revocation of a conditional-use permit that would have allowed The East End Landfill to expand to an adjoining contracting yard.
Four months after he was sued in a civil case by the Securities and Exchange Commission for allegedly bilking 60 investors out of nearly $5 million, a local investment adviser now has the feds coming after him for criminal charges.
In 2009, Dick Fowlkes and Kate Ackerly opened an envelope that would change the trajectory of their company for the better part of 10 years. After a winding path, untold amounts of lost online revenue and two sets of attorneys, they’ve finally emerged victorious.
A seasoned law firm making its first push into Richmond has scored an office with a state capitol view.