Adams District Court
Trans Lease, Inc. v. KRD Pumping Services, LLC and Rachel Densman
Collections on equipment lease for a Mack truck and pumping silo. $320,267.20.
Attorneys: Harry L. Simon
Arapahoe District Court
GT of Hilltop, LLC v. Haim Magriso; Jena Eisenberg-Magriso; Clifford Ronald Eisenberg; Martha Eisenberg; JP Morgan Chase Bank; and Sue Sandstrom, Arapahoe County Public Trustee
Mechanic’s lien foreclosure for plaintiff’s remodel of the interior of 4990 S. Beeler St., Greenwood Village, with defendants still owing $91,596.53.
Attorneys: Carolin E. Topelson
Boulder District Court
St. John-Dorrell, LLC v. Peu Gurung and Prakash, LLC d/b/a Dot’s Diner on the Hill
Plaintiff says on Aug. 6, 2021, the parties negotiated several items in their second lease amendment for 1,458 square feet at 1333 Broadway St., Boulder, including payment arrears, and tenant agreed to pay a minimum monthly amount of $2,000 for 49 months with a final payment of $579.47 on the 50th month, but after making two payments, ceased. Plaintiff seeks damages to be determined at trial.
Attorneys: Dipak Patel of Ciancio, Ciancio, Brown
Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc. v. Grand Island Resources, LLC; Calais Resources, Inc.; Calais Resources Colorado, Inc.; Nederland Mining Consultants, Inc.; Aardvark Agencies, Inc.; Sustainable Metal Solutions, LLC; and Mitchell Construction Company, Inc.
Mechanic’s lien foreclosure. $97,000.
Attorneys: Robert H. Winter
Broomfield District Court
Grigio Gatto LLC v. Apex Industries, LLC and Allred and Associates
Contract and negligence. Defendant failed to construct building at 11640 Teller St., Broomfield, according to architect’s design drawings. $3 million.
Attorneys: J. Matthew Thornton and Patrick G. Compton of Ballard Spahr
Denver District Court
Strategic Healing Solutions Inc. and Pure Hemp Collective Inc. v. Mile High Labs Inc.
Parties entered into an asset purchase agreement in February 2021, with Mile High agreeing to pay $500,000 at closing and 17 monthly installment payments of $64,705.88 starting Feb. 28, 2021, and continuing on the last day of each following month until June 30, 2022. Plaintiff says it has not received payments due in January, February and March 2022 and seeks damages at trial.
Attorneys: James R. Gourley of Carstens & Cahoon
GKT Writer Square II LLC; KW Writer Square LLC; and Writer Square 1031 LLC v. Verity Wireless Inc. and Dong J. Lee a/k/a David Lee
Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on a commercial lease in Writer Square shopping center that began on/about April 8, 2009, and seeks damages to be determined at trial.
Attorneys: Charles E. Fuller and P. Eric Voorheis of Senn Visciano Canges
The Denver Art Museum v. Brekhus Tile & Stone Inc.
Contract and negligence. Defendant performed negligent work and damaged plaintiff’s property, including a $485,000 skylight in Duncan Hall.
Attorneys: Daniel R. Frost and Shane O’Connor of Snell & Wilmer
Windsor at Broadway Station, LLC v. Tempo 3, LLC and Justin Holle
Plaintiff says tenant has failed to pay all rent and other amounts due since June 2019 for approximately 5,767 square feet of retail space at 1165 South Broadway, Denver, and asks damages of not less than $331,539.85.
Attorneys: William R. Meyer of Polsinelli
1350 Sobo Post LLC v. Precession LLC: Five Seventeen Corp. a/k/a Five Seventeen LLC a/k/a or d/b/a Piante Pizza; and Jason Goldstein
Plaintiff says defendants have failed to remit monthly lease payments of $20,500 due for 1350 South Broadway, Denver, for the months of September 2021 through April 2022, and for property taxes and certain utilities for 2020 and 2021 and 2022, have failed to complete $500,000 in improvements, and abandoned the premises on/about Nov. 30, 2021, although the lease runs until Dec. 30, 2025. Plaintiff seeks damages at trial.
Attorneys: Douglas Norberg and Dani Saunders of Alchemy Law Firm
Jefferson District Court
Consolidated Electrical Distributors v. OREP 1405 Jay Street, Oz Subsidiary; Orion Real Estate Partners; Catena Construction; Great American Electric; and Blueprint Skilled Services
Mechanic’s lien foreclosure. $26,000
Attorneys: Robert H. Winter
Paul Johnson v. Rich Development Enterprises, LLC; Rich Development, LLC; Rich Family Investments, LLC; 90 Arvada, LLC; and Joseph Rich
Fraud and misrepresentation. Defendant secretly and illegally involved a third party as a stakeholder in real estate dealings with plaintiff. $3.9 million
RedT Partnership 985 Tabor, LLC v. Arrowhead Subdivision Landowners Association, Inc.; HPT CW Properties Trust; HPT IHG-2 Properties Trust; Jones Austin Combo Properties, LLC; Denver West Hotel DST; SSC Hospitality, LLC; 875 Tabor Street, LLC; and all unknown persons who may claim an interest in the easement
Eminent domain. Defendants have effectively “landlocked” the property of the plaintiff, which seeks an easement for direct access.
Attorneys: Matthew S. Rork and Erica A. Jacobson of Fairfield and Woods