The Docket

The Docket: Court Roundup for 12.28.10

A bank is trying to collect more than $2 million on a defaulted note to a moving company magnate plus other collection efforts, including a condo association v. an insurance company. Plus a plaintiff claims she swallowed a piece of glass from a Pepsi. There are no Chesterfield cases this week on account of the snow.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 12.14.10

Lots of businesses trying to collect unpaid bills, plus an unusually high number of slip and falls (the usual defendants, McDonald’s, Martin’s super market …) And a handful of medical malpractice, including one against a doctor and HCA for operating on the wrong side of the plaintiff’s brain.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 12.7.10

A burly Docket this week. A lender is trying to recover $7 million from an operator of apartments. Plus a plaintiff claims he brought smoke-damaged clothes to a dry cleaners that were then destroyed in a fire. And a patron at Kings Dominion claims a ride ran over his foot.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 11.30.10

A commercial landlord with property on West Broad Street is trying to garnish wages to collect back rent. Plus several sexual harassment and discrimination suits. And a lender is trying to collect half a million dollars from a Richmond biotech firm.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 11.16.10

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.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 11.09.10

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.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 11.2.10

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.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 10.26.10

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.