Adams District Court
Gabriel Montalvo v. Meade Manor Homeowners Association; Homestead Management Corporation
The plaintiff alleges the defendants failed to make repairs or conduct mold removal and asbestos abatement at 7914 Meade St. in Westminster.
Attorneys: Gabriel Montalvo
Pamela Lucero; Michael Lucero v. Bernice Brown; Estelle Wayne Brown; ; Sarah B Sommerville; SBS Leaders dba Remax Structure
The plaintiffs, who purchased a house at 9640 Defoe St. in Strasburg for $775,000, claim the defendants neglected to provide a timely and accurate inspection report and misrepresented material facts to obtain the sale of that defective property to them.
Attorneys: Robert R. Harper, Jereme L. Baker and Alex Lejeune, Baker Law Group
Condominiums at City Horizon HOA v. 857 78th; Allstar Construction; JP Cooper Construction Co; SF Construction; Mark B Sharr; Mark P Sharr
Plaintiff alleges the defendants neglected to select qualified contractors and failed to present material facts, such as hiding that the contractors who were hired had failed to perform their work properly, thereby damaging the defendant’s property.
Attorneys: Michael A. Hearn, Shane D. Fleener, Sean M. Wells and Michael L. Matthews, Hearn & Fleener
Joseph Sorrentino v. Finance of America Mortgage; Meredith Lee Kaiser
Motion for a real estate partition of a $525,000 home at 1781 W. 55th Place in Denver.
Attorneys: David W. Hannum and Sonia L. Zaheer, Robinson & Henry P.C.
Clayton Properties Group II dba Oakwood Homes v. City of Commerce City; City Council for the City of Commerce City
The plaintiff appeals the defendants’ denial of a property development application and contends the defendants’ denial of a continuance of the City Council appeal hearing was an abuse of its discretion that denied the plaintiff its procedural due process.
Attorneys: James L. Wooll, Michelle L. Berger and Lauren A. Taylor, Spencer Fane
Harvest Worship Center v. Resound Church
The plaintiff claims the defendant used bad faith actions to “bait” the plaintiff into selling a $4 million church property at 2300 W. 90th Ave. in Federal Heights for less than one-third of its market value, including “emails that were designed to embarrass Harvest leadership and its entire congregation with outrageous conduct shocking the conscience of conservative Christian parishioners.”
Attorneys: Janine A. Guillen and Timothy L. DeGeorge, Guillen & DeGeorge
Lindsay Aronson; Niles Aronson v. JK Roofing; Jaime Trinidad; Esmeralda Trujillo; Carlos Osorio
The plaintiffs allege the defendants tried to sell a house at 6993 Dexter St. in Commerce City to the plaintiffs without properly repairing the roof, remediating mold and resolving other issues. The plaintiffs seek more than $40,000.
Attorneys: Michelle McCarthy and Joseph A. MacHatton, Murray & McCarthy Law
Ad Miller Services v. M2M Real Estate Investments; Broomfield Kids; First Chatham Bank; Public Trustee of Adams County
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 14325 Orchard Parkway in Westminster.
Attorneys: J. Andrew Ausmus and Adam R. Ausmus, Ausmus Law Firm P.C.
Vanessa Rodriguez v. Julio Peinado; Newrez LLC
Real estate partition of 355 N. 7th Ave. in Brighton.
Attorneys: Scott L. Evans and Daniel Delay, Messner Reeves
Arapahoe District Court
Traditions Filings 1 To 7 Master Association v. Kimberly Bacon; Mastino Management
The plaintiff homeowner association in Aurora claims the defendant management company and manager “either knowingly or recklessly” commingled funds and took nearly $800,000 that belonged to the HOA.
Attorneys: Brian K. Matise and Nelson Boyle, Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine
Freund Real Estate Holdings v. AM Paving And Konkrete
The plaintiff claims the defendant failed to complete paving work at 1422 Monroe St. in Strasburg that the plaintiff paid $22,913 for and then failed to refund the payment.
Attorneys: Anthony L. Leffert and Samuel G. John, Robinson Waters & O’Dorisio P.C.
Krista Kelly v. Chancey Enterprises dba Abbotts Fire & Flood
The plaintiff claims she owns property at 7502 S. Monaco Way in Centennial, where she discovered a water leak and squatters last year, which she paid the defendant $45,761 to remediate. The plaintiff claims the defendant still hasn’t returned 32 pieces of personal property it removed from the home, including furniture and a pool table.
Attorneys: Alexander Lowe, Robinson & Henry P.C.
Janus Henderson Investors US v. Team Electric
Motion to substitute a $136,271 bond for a $90,847 mechanic’s lien at the Galleria Office Towers, 720 South Colorado Blvd. in Denver.
Attorneys: Mary Sue Greenleaf, Sherman & Howard
J Williams Holdings dba Next Wave Roofing v. Littleton School District No 6
The plaintiff claims it performed roofing consultant work for the defendant school district, which hasn’t paid any of the $647,187 invoice the plaintiff sent it.
Attorneys: Erik K. Schuessler, Burns Figa & Will P.C.
Boulder District Court
Dr. Bonnie Rabin v. Scott Home Inspection LLC
The plaintiff claims she hired the defendant to inspect a home at 4539 Wellington Road in Boulder prior to purchasing it for $900,000 and the defendant failed to discover “a major problem in the garage above the attic which was visible to the naked eye.”
Attorneys: Graham Fuller, Kottke & Brantz
Eamonn Gardner; Laura Gardner v. Quicken Loans Inc.; Quicken Loans LLC; Rocket Companies Inc.; Amrock LLC
The plaintiffs say the defendants failed to timely request an appraisal that is required for lending services, causing the plaintiffs to be unable to close on a property at 529 Main St. in Louisville.
Attorneys: Lauren Gardner, Eamonn Gardner
David Stewart; Emily Kiberd v.Vigeo Construction And Consulting; Joshua Coffie
The plaintiffs claim the defendants failed to complete a $318,840 remodeling project for the plaintiffs at 4040 Greenbriar Blvd. in Boulder.
Attorneys: John L. Skari Jr. and Ryan D. Chubb, Hassan & Cables
Denver District Court
Pinnacol Assurance v. FCS Construction LLC
Collections on $43,570 in unpaid premiums for workers’ compensation insurance.
Attorneys: J. Gregory McAuliffe, McAuliffe Neiman P.C.
Rocky Mountain Exteriors v. Travelers Personal Insurance Co.
The plaintiff claims the defendant failed to pay benefits on a homeowner’s policy to cover the plaintiff’s repair work on a storm-damaged home at 364 Alton Way in Denver.
Attorneys: David J. Furtado and Carl Snider, Furtado Law P.C.
Bryce McCallum; Patty McCallum v. Colorado Department of Transportation
The plaintiffs seek a judgment that the defendant wrongfully recorded invalid easements that turned a portion of their property at 9405 U.S. Highway 34 in Grand Lake into commercial access.
Attorneys: Steven A. Gall
Jason B. Robinson v. The Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford, Connecticut
The plaintiff claims the defendant wrongly denied coverage on a homeowner’s policy after the plaintiff’s condo at 1364 Downing St. in Denver suffered $10,344 in water damage.
Attorneys: Michael R. McCurdy, Fairfield and Woods P.C.
Aircomm of Avon LLC; Atlantic Coast Communications LLC: CCATT LLC: CCTMO LLC: CCTMI LLC: CCTM2 LLC; Coverage Plus Antenna Systems LLC: Crown Atlantic Co.; Crown Castle GT Co. LLC; Crown Castle MU LLC: Crown Castle South LLC; Crown Castle Towers 05 LLC; Crown Castle Towers 06-2 LLC; Crown Castle Towers 09 LLC; Crown Communications LLC; Global Signal Acquisitions LLC; Global Signal Acquisitions II LLC; Global Signal Acquisitions III LLC: Global Signal Acquisitions IV LLC; GoldenState Towers LLC; High Point Management Co. LLC; ICB Towers LLC; Interstate Tower Communications LLC; IntraCoastal City Towers LLC; Pinnacle Towers Acquisition LLC; Pinnacle Towers Asset Holding LLC; Pinnacle Towers LLC; Pinnacle Towers III LLC: Radio Station WGLD LLC; Shaffer & Associates Inc.; Sierra Towers Inc.; Tower Development Corp.; Tower Systems LLC; Tower Technology Co. of Jacksonville LLC; Tower Ventures III LLC; WCP Wireless Lease Subsidiary LLC; TVHT LLC v. DISH Wireless LLC
Lease dispute. The plaintiffs claim the defendant used ground space in excess of the agreed upon amount for installation of its equipment on the plaintiffs’ towers.
Attorneys: Kevin J. Orsini, Rachel G. Skaistis and Damaris Hernández, Cravath Swaine & Moore; Kenzo Kawanabe, Davis Graham & Stubbs
Bridge Creek Townhomes LLLP v. Power Surveying Co. Inc.; Richard Gabriel PLS
The plaintiff claims the defendants negligently performed surveying services as part of a residential project — the Bridge Creek Townhomes at the intersection of East Hampden Avenue and South Yosemite Street in Denver — resulting in extra costs to the plaintiff.
Attorneys: Adam J. Gentile and Esther H. Lee, Fox Rothschild
Guy R. James; The National Funding Group LLC; The James Companies LLC v. ROR Capital Investments LLC; Charla Heimer; ROR-1955 Quince LLC
The plaintiffs claim they sent defendant Heimer $500,000 for a stake in investment property at 1955 S. Quince St. in Denver that was fraudulent. The plaintiffs say the defendants pocketed the money and have not given them a stake in the property.
Attorneys: Robert W. Hatch II, Christopher J. Conant and Brian T. Ray, Hatch Ray Olsen Conant
445 Broadway LLC v. Grid Collaborative Workspace Inc.
The plaintiff seeks a court judgment that a right of first refusal does not apply to a property leased to the defendant at 445 Broadway in Denver.
Attorneys: James R. Thompson and Jennifer D. Duettra, Miller & Law P.C.
Douglas District Court
Federal Contracting Inc. dba Bryan Construction Inc. v. Rails Plus Inc.
Request to substitute a $74,060 bond for a $49,374 mechanic’s lien at 19100 J. Morgan Blvd. in Parker.
Attorneys: Karl A. Berg Jr., Mulliken Weiner Berg & Jolivet P.C.
General Shale Brick dba Concrete Countertop Designs v. NCB dba Nordstrom Commercial Builders; Todd Nordstrom aka Todd James Richard Nordstrom
The plaintiff claims the defendants agreed to purchase brick, mortar and other building materials from the plaintiff but never paid $39,190 for those materials.
Attorneys: Bill Peterson, Sarah Young, Jonathan Lebsack and Colin Ksobiech, Miller Cohen Peterson Young P.C.
Joanna Pissare; Jason Pissare v. Lifetime Windows and Siding
The plaintiffs claim they hired the defendant to do window work at 9884 Florence Pl. in Highlands Ranch and paid $15,616 but the defendant “acted unprofessional and their workmanship has caused damage to the Pissares’ home and property.”
Attorneys: Robert R. Harper, Jereme L. Baker and Alex Lejeune, Baker Law Group
Jeffrey Mata; Trista Mata v. Mountainsky Landscaping; Luca Churchill; Peter Churchill; Shiloh Churchill
The plaintiffs claim they paid the defendants $95,759 for installation of a paver patio and fiberglass pool at 2513 Antelope Ridge Trail in Parker but the defendants installed the pool shoddily and never installed the patio.
Attorneys: Sami M. Ragab, Ragab Law Firm P.C.
Jefferson District Court
Coal Mine Centre v. Ooda dba Anytime Fitness
Lease dispute. The plaintiff claims the defendant failed to pay rent for 20 months at 5935 S. Zang St. in Littleton and now owes $310,944.
Attorneys: Thomas C. Bell and Kyle M. Holter, Davis Graham & Stubbs
Judith Keech; Albert Keech v. Vasquez Ready Mix LLC d/b/a Velocity Ready Mix LLC
The plaintiffs claim the defendant filed a spurious lien on their property at 5710 W. 108th Ave. in Westminster in the amount of $13,045.
Attorneys: D.J. Marcus, Ogborn Mihm
B.E.C. Barajas Excavating Construction v. JBC Enterprises; Merchants Bonding Company
The plaintiff, a subcontractor, claims defendant JBC is the general contractor for a construction project at the Applewood Village Townhomes, 2100 Youngfield St. in Lakewood, and hasn’t paid the plaintiff $168,385 for its work on the project.
Attorneys: Katharine Sender, Cohen & Cohen P.C.
Derek Butts; Ashley Butts v. Pinnacle Home Exteriors dba Pinnacle Seamless Gutters & Exteriors; Escamilla Enterprises
The plaintiffs, a married couple who own a house at 5953 Willowbrook Drive in Morrison, claim they paid the defendants an undisclosed amount of money for roofing renovations in July 2021, then discovered defects in October 2021.
Attorneys: Kathryn I. Hopping, Waas Campbell Rivera Johnson & Velasquez
Kelly Obrien; Kael Smith v. Grace Industries dba Compass Construction
The plaintiffs claim they paid the defendant $237,127 for a two-bedroom addition and first-floor remodel of their home at 2696 Lamar St. in Wheat Ridge but the defendant “failed to complete the project work as promised and ultimately abandoned plaintiffs and stopped all communications.”
Attorneys: Michael S. Richardson, Milgrom & Daskam
Roupp Constructors v. JKC Resources; Robert Ross; Independent Bank dba Independent Financial
Foreclosure of a $242,063 mechanic’s lien at 7871 Shaffer Parkway Building A in Littleton.
Attorneys: Jason D. Krueger and Joseph Kiley, Galvanize Law Group
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado
The Snowbird II Condominiums Association, Inc.
The condo association in Lakewood filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It has $98,531 in assets and $535,815 in liabilities.
Attorneys: Kevin S. Neiman
U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
Century Surety Company v. Emerald Investments II LLC
The plaintiff seeks a court judgment that its policy does not provide coverage for water damage to the defendant’s property at 4919, 4929, 4939 and 4949 Broadway in Boulder.
Attorneys: L. Kathleen Chaney, Lambdin & Chaney
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. v. Hudson & Grove, LLC; Uvector Village by the Park; VBTP, LLC; Northglenn North Peak Apartments Venture, LLC; Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC; Jennifer Villeneuve; Darren Paroske
The plaintiff seeks a court judgment that its property policy does not cover a fire that occurred at The View at North Peak Apartments, 10701 Pecos St. in Northglenn.
Attorneys: Gregory R. Giometti, Kira N. Adams and Michael S. Power, Giometti & Mereness P.C.
Berkshire Hathaway Direct Insurance Co. v. 11800 E. Colfax OZB LLC dba Summit View Inn; Amen Corner LLC dba The Vareco LLC; John W. Johnson III; Nick Cavalluzzi
The plaintiff seeks a judgment that a $2.8 million commercial policy it issued to the defendants is void due to misrepresentations the defendants made about the Summit View Inn at 11800 East Colfax Ave. in Aurora after it was damaged in a fire.
Attorneys: Jonathan B. Morrow and Kathleen A. McCarthy, Knight Nicastro Mackay
Acuity Mutual Insurance Co. v. MJ Masonry & Stucco, LLC; Frisco Hospitality, LLC; MM Properties, LLC; Broadstroke Design Inc.
The plaintiff seeks a judgment that it does not owe a duty to provide coverage in a construction defects lawsuit regarding the Hotel Frisco, 308 E. Main St. in Frisco.
Attorneys: Andrew D. Kurpanek, Resnick & Louis P.C.
Ohio Security Insurance Co. v. Robinson Marketplace LLC
The plaintiff seeks a judgment that it does not have to cover property damage at the vacant former Robinson Dairy facility, 2401 W. 6th Ave. in Denver, which occurred last February after electrical supply lines and switch gears were stolen.
Attorneys: Holly C. White, Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie