The Docket

The Docket: Court Roundup for 1.19.11

Some fascinating cases this week: a former employee allegedly opened bank accounts in the name of his former employer and then took out money, and now the company is suing the bank. Plus collections efforts from a handful of banks. Please also note, specific cases are available to BizSense Pro subscribers for an additional charge. BizSense will email the case to you.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 1.11.11

Landlords, a bank and a supplier of food to restaurants are all trying to collect. Plus a suit alleging that a business that wired money was taking some of it. And of course some slip and falls, this week at a Wendy’s and Short Pump Town Center.

The Docket: Court Roundup for 1.4.11

A jammed packed docket this week. A local engineering firm wants a judgment of $375,000 against the Nature Conservancy. And in a fascinating case, another engineering firm wants its money back from a Richmond non-profit that it says received an enormous donation by an employee who stole those funds from it. Plus, municipalities are going after businesses that are late on business license fees.

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.