A patron is suing the Brio Tuscan Grille for biting into a stone in her minestrone. A business claims a competitor has a name that’s too similar. Plus a ton of slip and falls (including a case from someone who alleges the elevator in the James Center fell a floor). And banks trying to collect on loans.
A sports academy has a lease dispute with the Chesterfield sports complex SportsQuest. Plus a Pastor is suing a grocery store for firing him for allegedly not letting him work part-time on Sundays. A bank is trying to recover more than $1 million from a homebuilder on a line of credit, and an alleged embezzlement.
Lots of businesses trying to collect bills, including landlords and contractors. Plus local publication “The Voice” is being sued for defamation while a former Lumber Liquidators employee claims he was dismissed on account of his race. And a slip and fall lawsuit with the plaintiff alleging he slipped on ice.
We’ve beefed up the docket. Now it includes federal cases as well as our best catch yet of circuit court cases. This week a commercial landlord in Ashland is trying to collect unpaid rent, a member at a country club is trying to get information he alleges is being withheld, plus a suit against a drug store for filling the wrong prescription.
Lots of construction disagreements this week, plus some slip and falls.
Some rent disputes plus a management brouhaha.
Credit card companies are coming after Justin French. Plus a women slipped and fell on her way to the cash register at Food Lion, and a construction firms try to collect late bills.
The local NBC station is suing a former sports broadcaster for breaching a contract. Plus a bank is trying to recover money on a building that went into foreclosure and a former employee is suing her ex-employer for harassment related to her asthma.
A meaty Docket this week. A builder is trying to collect from a restaurant and a customer is suing Kings Dominion for a supposed injury on a roller coaster. And some neighbors are fed up with a load swimming pool next door. Plus some action with law firms themselves this week: One firm is trying to collect a $30,000 build and more unusual, a client is suing his former law firm.
Two defamation suits this week, plus a ton of slip-and-fall lawsuits, including a woman who sued a medical transport business when she fell off of the lift and another person who fell on a coupon book.