The Docket

The Docket: Circuit Court Roundup for 9.21.10

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.

The Docket: Circuit Court Roundup for 9.13.10

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.

The Docket: Circuit Court Roundup for 8.30.10

A jammed packed Docket this week: A Chesterfield construction business alleges an employee spent $40,000 of its money on personal expenses, while several landlords are suing tenants for unpaid rent. Plus, a woman is suing the zoo in Chesterfield after she slipped while watching the giraffes.

The Docket: Circuit Court Roundup for 8.16.10

A bank wants money it said it’s owed by a construction company, while a landlord wants payment from a Carytown merchant. plus several slip-and-fall lawsuits and an advertising company tries to seek money it says its owed.

The Docket: Circuit Court Roundup for 8.9.10

A meaty Docket this week, with an alleged life insurance fraud, and a hospital as commercial landlord trying to collect rent from a tenant and lots of businesses trying to collect past-due bills. Plus Henrico County alleged that a local super market violated zoning ordinances and a downtown bar gets sued by a woman who fell down the stairs.