Adams District Court
Amacon Westpark Investment Corp. v. Juniper Unmanned Inc., a Nevada corporation
Lease dispute. The plaintiff claims the defendant rented 15000 W. 6th Ave. Unit 330 in Golden and owes back rent.
Attorneys: David A. Brewster and Bill E. Kyriagis, Otten Johnson Robinson Neff & Ragonetti P.C
Naomi Dekker v. Specialized Loan Servicing LLC
The plaintiff, who owns a house at 6851 Huron St. in Denver, alleges the defendant has unfairly foreclosed on it after falsely accusing her of not making mortgage payments.
Attorneys: Pro se
2481 Dayton; Mohamed Mouaddine v. SB Dayton; PSW Land Acquisitions
The plaintiffs claim the defendants agreed to buy 2481 Dayton St. and 2350 Dallas St. in Aurora for $6.3 million, so the plaintiffs moved their business out of the property. Then the defendants defaulted on the purchase, costing the plaintiffs millions in lost revenue.
Attorneys: Tamera D. Westerberg, Foley & Lardner
Douglass Colony Group v. Evolution Colfax; Evolution Builders; Key Bank; City of Aurora; Adams County Public Trustee
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 10929 E. Colfax Ave. in Aurora due to $86,133 in unpaid work.
Attorneys: Michael E. Bonifazi, Kutak Rock
Sage Telecommunications Corp of Colorado v. Gios Excavations Contractor
The plaintiff says the defendant, a subcontractor, did shoddy work on four projects: at 156 High Season Way in Winter Park, at Town Hall in Frisco, at the intersection of 1st Street and Main Street in Frisco, and at 7100 N. Broadway in Denver.
Attorneys: Nicholas B. Klann, White and Steele P.C.
Arapahoe District Court
R. G. Brinkmann Company v. Wagner Equipment Co
Motion to substitute a $579,830 bond for a $386,553 mechanic’s lien on several lots at the Arapahoe Airport Center in Centennial.
Attorneys: Michael E. Bonifazi, Kutak Rock
James Snell v. K & D Development; Kurtis Reeme
The plaintiff alleges he hired the defendants to build a garage at 3064 S. Cherokee St. in Englewood for $76,768 and the defendants did shoddy work.
Attorneys: Robert Abrams and Kyle Thompson, Abrams & Associates
Sandra McClurg v. TNT Rooter and Drain Cleaning Home Repair
The plaintiff claims she hired the defendant to remodel a basement at 16511 E. Villanova Pl. in Aurora and paid them $30,000, then the defendant did shoddy work.
Attorneys: Nicole K. Griffard and Joseph J. Lico, Robinson & Henry P.C.
Thomas McCann v. Ranko Mocevic; Stefan Mocevic; Stefan M; Marko Mocevic; Danielle Nillen; United By Ech; Colorado Homes
The plaintiff says he won a $5.7 million judgment against the defendant Ranko Mocevic, who then transferred 22593 E. Peakview Pl. in Aurora to avoid paying the judgment.
Attorneys: Christopher D. Lindstrom, Potts Law Firm
Boulder District Court
Calisle Dean v. City of Boulder
The plaintiff owns 2050 Mesa Dr. and 2049 Bluff St. in Boulder and wants the court to determine those are separate lots, not one merged lot as the defendant alleges.
Attorneys: Jesse Howard Witt, Frascona Joiner Goodman & Greenstein P.C.
Kirstine Raynor v. Dakota Ridge Village Condominium Assn.
The plaintiff claims the defendant’s faulty construction adjacent to her home at 995 Laramie Blvd. in Boulder resulted in water damage and toxic mold.
Attorneys: Daniel Twetten, Loevy & Loevy
Broomfield District Court
Brian Boling v. Tsar Construction; Lokahi Home Designs
The plaintiff says he hired the defendants to remodel 16561 Jupiter Way in Broomfield and the defendants did shoddy work. He seeks an undisclosed amount of money.
Attorneys: Matthew A. Athey, Jorgensen Brownell & Pepin P.C.
Denver District Court
Melissa Rogers v. Mark Longoria; Mark Longoria LLC
The plaintiff claims she hired the defendants to do remodeling work at 12062 E. Maple Ave. in Aurora but they didn’t do the work or give her a refund.
Attorneys: Leonard R. Higdon
Benjamin Daniels v. RMC CDT Garden Court LLC; Rocky Mountain Communities Inc.
The plaintiff, a disabled man, alleges the defendants wrongfully evicted him from an apartment at 1150 Syracuse St. in Denver after it was found to be contaminated with methamphetamine. The plaintiff says he has never used meth or allowed anyone to.
Attorneys: Molly O’Hara, Colorado Legal Services
Todd Grayson; Kagtic Inc., a California corporation v. Lesley Green; Lamar Kendall Investment Group LLC; Sherrel Investment Group LLC; Straight Creek Investment Group LLC; Village West Investment Group LLC; Does
The plaintiffs claim that the defendants failed to distribute profits of property sales to the plaintiffs as part of a membership agreement, resulting in a loss of $1.9 million.
Attorneys: Victor M. Morales, McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter
Miriam Crull v. Colorado Builders Corp.; Pickelo Nunez; Charlene Nunez
The plaintiff alleges she paid the defendants to repair her home in Fairplay and they did not make the repairs. The plaintiff seeks $100,000.
Attorneys: Melissa Drazen-Smith, MDS Legal Consultants
Megan H. Ness v. Hector A. Ramirez Solares; Marisol Chavez Molina; Jacobo Calderon; Megastar Realty LLC
The plaintiff alleges the defendants sold her a house at 545 S. Clay St. in Denver without disclosing that the unpermitted driveway was a city code violation.
Attorneys: Mark Collier and Christian Myers, Messner Reeves
Brandy Ranshaw; BRPR Productions Inc.; Pax Painting and Remodeling LLC v. Kimberly S. Parsons; Acumen Resources Corp.
The plaintiffs allege the defendants, with whom they had a joint real estate venture, failed to pay plaintiffs their share of profits.
Attorneys: Duncan Griffiths and Kim Newton, Griffiths Law
Curtis Park Redevelopment Group LLC v. Custom Design and Construction LLC; Nathan Kuehn; Knock Out Mechanical LLC; Kelly A. O’Feagan; Alpha Electric Inc.; Mark Pohlenz
The plaintiff, owner of 3233 Curtis St. in Denver, accuses the defendants of doing shoddy construction work, costing the plaintiff more than $200,000.
Attorneys: Reid J. Allred, Cambridge Law
Ames Construction Inc. v. P&H Equipment Inc.
The plaintiff alleges the defendant failed to pay its subcontractors for concrete work on the “National Western Center Project” and “Lemay Ave. Realignment Overpass Project.”
Attorneys: Ll. Rhyddid Watkins and Anna C. Rutigliano, Martin Hild
Robert Shahade; Ryan Shahade v. Pamela Schiess; Mynd Management Inc., a Delaware corporation
The plaintiffs claim the defendants failed to address sewer, odor and mold problems at 3240 S. Utica St. in Denver and then unfairly withheld their security deposit.
Attorneys: Matthew J. Bruff, Bruff Kentish
Douglas District Court
Esco Construction Co. v. Castle Pines Summit LLC; Castle Pines Homes Association Inc.
Mechanic’s lien foreclosure on a property in Castle Rock due to $625,516 in unpaid materials and labor. The property’s street address is not listed.
Attorneys: David M. McLain and Lisa Bondy Dunn, Higgins Hopkins McLain & Roswell
Builders Warehouse v. Highline Village Townhomes II; SF Construction; Alliance Construction Solutions; Anthony Scott Falcone
The plaintiff alleges it delivered $260,938 worth of construction materials to the defendants, who haven’t paid the plaintiff for those materials.
Attorneys: Daniel P. Murphy and Eric M. Lee, Murphy & Decker P.C.
Jenn Charvat v. Infinity Real Estate and Development Group dba Infinity Construction Group
The plaintiff says she hired the defendants to remodel 339 King Bird Circle in Highlands Ranch and the defendants did shoddy work. She seeks an undisclosed amount of money.
Attorneys: Richard L. Merpi II and Kathleen Noone, Goodspeed Merrill
Jefferson District Court
Ashley Sanner; Jeffrey Sanner v. Robert J. Tapp; Streetlight Properties LLC; Jason Peck; EXP Realty LLC
The plaintiffs claim the defendants lied about asbestos tiles, flooding and other problems at 11693 W. 28th Ave. in Lakewood before selling them the property.
Attorneys: Lyndsey O’Connell and Benjamin E. Tracy, Tueller & Gibbs
Janusz Tylicki v. Sitewise LLC, a Delaware limited liability company
The plaintiff, owner of the Sun Valley Shopping Center at 897 S. Kipling Pkwy. in Lakewood, accuses the defendant of damaging the property with its equipment.
Attorneys: James F. Scherer, Miller & Law P.C.
Rozzi Capital v. City of Westminster, CO
The plaintiff claims the defendant agreed to sell it 7.8 acres on the northeast corner of 104th Avenue and Westminster Boulevard for the development of a hotel but then, in a closed door meeting, rejected its plans after the plaintiff had already spent $272,223.
Attorneys: Alan D. Sweetbaum, Sweetbaum Sands P.C.
Joseph Katchever v. Specialized Loan Servicing; E- Loan; Gulf Harbour Investments; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems; MERS Corp Holdings; CMC Funding; Washington Mutual Bank; Wilmington Savings Fund Society as Owner Trustee of CIM Trust 2018-FRU1; U.S. Bank National Association; Evergreen Highlands Road Paving Local Improvement District; all unknown persons who claim any interest in the subject matter of this action.
The plaintiff, owner of 5980 Bluebell Ln. in Evergreen, wants a judge to release the property from a second deed of trust held by the defendants.
Attorneys: Joel A. Moritz and John B. Dougherty, Moritz Law
James Baker; Starr Baker v. Patricia Gail Korpan; Richard Korpan; The Patricia Gail Korpan Revocable Trust; The Richard Korpan Revocable Trust; Land Title Guarantee Company
The plaintiffs say they bought 31483 Morning Star Dr. in Evergreen from the defendants with the understanding that the defendants would make repairs they never made.
Attorneys: R. Parker Semler and Andrew Oh-Willeke, Semler & Associates
Paul Slater v. Andrew Montesi; Kayla Montesi; Montesi Civil Contractors; Lite Services; Great Western Building Systems
The plaintiff says he paid the defendants $34,982 to construct a shop building at 20602 Falcon Wing Rd. in Indian Hills and the defendants haven’t even acquired permits.
Attorneys: Nicholas P. Hansen, Hansen Law Firm
Editor’s note: The summary for case 22cv33342 has been updated to better describe the lawsuit.