A technology company claims a gym group owes $500,000. A restaurant co-owner says she was locked out and the equipment she purchased is being used in a different restaurant. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
Business owners claim they are due $750,000 in damages for poor legal, estate planning and investment actions by defendants. And a real estate broker alleges conspiracy from a former member of his team and wants $500,000 in damages.
A lighting firm claims damages of $700,000 from a Chinese company enlisted to produce its designs. A company alleges conspiracy to divert the ownership and proceeds of its contract for security work involving the Navy. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
A cement contractor says it is owed $2.5 million for work on an office tower. A food service provider claims a Tappahannock restaurant hasn’t paid $121,000. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
A tech consulting company says a client owes $245,000. A construction company claims new homeowners have failed to pay $105,000. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
A hotel group claims a cleaning firm damaged the windows of a downtown hotel and wants $1.3 million in compensation. An employee seeks $1.5 million in a gender discrimination suit against a paint and body shop. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
A medical billing services group says it is due $3.5 million from a local healthcare technology company. A heavy equipment finance firm claims a natural resource company owes it $3 million. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
A tenant claims $850,000 in damages in a lease and defamation dispute, and subcontractors say they haven’t been paid. BizSense Pro members get the entire Docket each week.
A plaintiff says a former employer owes him $100,000 in compensation for unpaid commissions. An environmental firm claims a former worker breached a confidentiality agreement and asks $550,000 in damages. The entire Docket is open to BizSense Pro members.
A customer seeks a refund of $123,000 and punitive damages from a bank, alleging the bank ignored warning signs of fraud and elder abuse. Two homeowners claim the construction of a gas station at Three Chopt and Parham roads has caused $500,000 in damages to each of their properties.