Just when it looked like a bankrupt local golf club and its members were about to settle their differences, 14 members went rogue.
Hunton & Williams
Moves this week in law, architecture, advertising and health care.
One of Richmond’s biggest law firms is trying its hand at federal lobbying.
A Henrico country club is slowly trying to tee itself up to be acquired by its members.
One lawyer leaves a big firm to set out on his own, while another leaves a big firm for another big firm. Plus new hires in investment banking and real estate, and a departure in marketing.
A big and diverse Herd this week, including a new sustainability manager for the City of Richmond and a lawyer-turned-VP-of-communications.
High-Speed rail in Richmond could make D.C. an easy 1.5 hour trip. But it will take billions in federal funds. The proposal has strong backing from the local business community; BizSense sat down with Whitt Clement to see what all the hype is about.
Hunton & Williams cut 23 lawyers and 64 staff members at various offices around the country, according to the Times-Dispatch. It’s unclear how many are at the Richmond headquarters.
Patrick Henry made a cameo at the Omni Hotel on Tuesday, where he accepted a parchment document and marched out of the room while a fife and drum corps supplied the cadence.