A Shockoe Slip law firm is in the process of disbanding, according to a source close to the firm.
A former CEO of a computer software company claims he was unjustly fired, and two kennel clubs are feuding over a name. Plus lots of slip and falls, including a plaintiff who fell off a Segway.
Tons of cases this week as construction-related companies try to collect. Plus a man is suing a company that provides birthday party amusements for injuries allegedly sustained while riding on a Slip-N-Slide.
A Paintball business claims a competing business opened up after it signed a non-disclosure agreement. The SPCA is suing a law firm for $1.5 million. And a bank wants a special receiver appointed for Meadow Creek Apartments. Plus collections efforts from businesses including an architecture firm.
A plaintiff is asking the court to declare it is not obligated to provide working capital and debt financing for a firm it believes should be wound down due to insolvency. Plots lots of collection efforts. And a plaintiff claims she slipped while getting ice cream in Carytown.
Lots of construction companies trying to collect. Plus a sprinkler company wants the court to affirm its Mechanic’s Lien on one of Justin French’s former properties, and asking that the property be sold. And a Richmond golf bag manufacturer is claiming a competitor is infringing on its patent.
Lots of collection efforts this week, including Bank of Virginia, which is trying to recover more than a million dollars lent to a restaurant operator. Plus another feud at a condo/home owner’s association. A lawyer is suing a plaintiff from a previous case for making remarks in an article that criticized the fairness of the trial. And a motorist is suing a farm in Caroline County for damages allegedly incurred when a vehicle struck an errant cow that escaped from the farm.
Altria wants a document storage company to look harder for paperwork it was storing and cannot find, while a gas station owner says the chain put another station too close. And trouble at a condo association in Henrico. Plus lots of landlords trying to collect from tenants. And a local law firm tries to collect an unpaid bill from a client.
Lots of businesses trying to collect, including Valpak, a restaurant supply company and a bank trying to recover funds from a New Kent County builder. Plus a Richmond dance club is getting sued by a patron for injuries allegedly suffered at the hands of the bouncer.
A landlord wants $35,000 in unpaid rent while a local bank is trying to collect $400,000 from a developer and $200,000 from a restaurant. Plus a $300,000 garnishment from a dentist.