New Kent Courthouse Village, a stalled $30 million mixed-use development modeled after a traditional English village, had its Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection dismissed.
One of the busiest bankruptcy lawyers in Richmond has jumped to a rival firm, but his daily commute won’t change much.
A foreclosed complex, owned until recently by a landlord who is going head-to-head with a Richmond TV news station, will be auctioned off Tuesday.
A Richmond landlord has filed a $60 million lawsuit against a local TV station for a series of reports it aired about him and his properties.
A veteran TV anchor retires, plus moves in banking, law and more.
One of Justin French’s former banks is pressing hard to make sure they are first in line for repayment, this time asking the bankruptcy court to appoint a trustee — and fast.
Paragon Commercial Bank, Franklin Federal Savings Bank and Citizens Bank & Trust have petitioned the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Richmond to place the formerly high-flying developer into bankruptcy.
Tons of moves this week, especially in the legal world. Plus new hires in banking, local government and health care.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (November 3, 2008) — Robert B. “Chip” Delano, Jr., shareholder and member of the Risk Management practice group at the law firm of Sands Anderson Marks & Miller, received the Defense Research Institute (“DRI”) Community Service Award at the 2008 DRI Annual Meeting, which was held last week in New Orleans, firm President… Read more »