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An unusual but optimistic request

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New Kent Courthouse Village, a stalled $30 million mixed-use development modeled after a traditional English village, had its Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection dismissed.

Lawyer moves up — literally

One of the busiest bankruptcy lawyers in Richmond has jumped to a rival firm, but his daily commute won’t change much.

Apartments headed for auction

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.

New at 11: Landlord swings back at TV report

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.

Banks try to force French into Chapter 7

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.

Chip Delano of Sands Anderson Law Firm Receives National Community Service Award

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 »