Adams District Court
SLC Commercial Construction v. BFS Group dba Builders FirstSource; BMC West
Motion to substitute an $18,170 bond in place of a $12,113 mechanic’s lien at the Karl’s Farm multi-family construction project, 1801 E. 120th Ave. in Northglenn.
Attorneys: Jonathan G. Pray and Kevin P. Walsh, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Gregory Abeyta v. FourGerricks MDBA Dickey’s Barbecue Pit dba Dickey’s Barbecue 790; Brandon Gerrick
The plaintiff previously owned Gregorio’s New Mexico Cuisine at 9740 Grant St. in Thornton and alleges the defendants, who operated a restaurant next door, intentionally let smoke from their grills into the building “to spread the smell of barbecue.” The plaintiff says this caused acute respiratory failure and forced him to sell his restaurant.
Attorneys: David Krivit, Krivit Law
Brianne Sheridan v. Keller Williams Downtown; Netzer Group; Savvy Realty; Stacey Stambaugh; Todd Scheuerman; Armando Garcia
The plaintiff says she purchased 2211 Elmira St. in Aurora from the defendants and then discovered it had a lot of undisclosed defects.
Attorneys: William J. Acromite and Edward P. Timmins, Timmins LLC
Arapahoe District Court
Lerch Bates v. Joseph Neto; VDA
The plaintiff, a construction consulting company, claims the defendants violated their non-compete and confidentiality agreements by providing similar services.
Attorneys: Christine K. Lamb and Andrew J. Neiman, Fortis Law Partners
TGC Construction Group v. Global Fire and Safety
Motion to substitute a $60,000 bond in place of a $36,296 mechanic’s lien at 5260-5280 S. Santa Fe Dr. in Littleton.
Attorneys: Christopher A Barrow, Barrow & Grimm P.C.
R G Brinkmann Company v. H&H Iron
Motion to substitute a $33,340 bond in place of a $22,226 mechanic’s lien at 3165 S. Quari St. in Aurora.
Attorneys: Michael E. Bonifazi, Kutak Rock
DT Property Management v. Fix It Wireless; Zakariyah Aldulaimi; all other occupants of 1074 South Ironton St #A
The plaintiff says it rents 1074 S. Ironton St. #A in Aurora to the defendants, who have refused to vacate the property or pay $3,541 in rent and other charges.
Attorneys: Alan S. Thompson, Lohf Shaiman Jacobs P.C.
Ryan Raley v. The Money Source; Abdillahi Buni
The plaintiff claims that he was contacted by scammers purporting to be from Money Source and started making mortgage payments to the scammers instead of Money Source, which then foreclosed on the plaintiff. The plaintiff alleges the defendants failed to exercise due diligence, discover the fraud and avoid the wrongful foreclosure.
Attorneys: Blair K. Drazic
The Timbers Homeowners Association; Golden Bear Insurance Company v. Plumbline Services; Xcel Energy WyCo
The plaintiffs allege the defendants left an open wire at 15081 Jarvis Pl. in Aurora, causing two fires in less than a week in February 2021.
Attorneys: Scott C. Murray, Williams Porter Day & Neville P.C.
GSMS 2016 GS2 East Iliff Avenue v. Las Islas Marias; Pablo Ramirez; Yadie Ramirez; Jesus Ramirez
The plaintiff says it leased two units at 12203 E. Iliff Ave. in Aurora to the defendants, who still owe at least $77,645 in back rent and fees.
Attorneys: Kevin G. Walton, Snell & Wilmer
Boulder District Court
Rock Creek Master Homeowners Association v. Jean Cate; Charles Cate; Arvest Central Mortgage Company
The plaintiff seeks the appointment of a receiver at 3724 Gypsum Ct. in Superior.
Attorneys: Stan V. Jezierski, Business Management Law Group
Richard Simeone v. Populum Real Estate Holdings dba Four Star Realty and Property Management
The plaintiff claims he rented 1010 12th St. in Boulder from the defendant, which refuses to return his $6,010 security deposit. He seeks $14,124 in damages.
Attorneys: Susan M. O’Bryan
Angelique Layton v. RBL Financial; Main 434; Russell Landau; Sara Toole; Barry Lewis
The plaintiff alleges the defendants fraudulently collected fees and costs related to 432-436 Main St. in Lyons while not making promised repairs. She also claims the defendants have fraudulently retained ownership interests in the property.
Attorneys: Pro se
Sterling Building Company v. Sterling Pharms
The plaintiff says it leases 3065 W. Sterling Circle in Boulder to the defendant, which has refused to pay rent since a roof repair project damaged the defendant’s chillers.
Attorneys: Jeffrey S. Rose and Erin C. Pierce, Lyons Gaddis P.C.
Centennial Shopping Center v. Hi Tech Appliance
The plaintiff says it leases 342 and 364 S. McCaslin Blvd. in Louisville to the defendant, which abandoned the property and now owes the plaintiff $55,320.
Attorneys: Jacob Starkovich and John B. Dougherty, Starkovich Law
Annie Vick v. Kelsey and Joe DeBoard dba Pinocchio’s Incredible Italian Restaurant dba Cimmini’s
The plaintiff claims she founded and later sold Pinocchio’s Incredible Italian at 300 2nd Ave. in Niwot to the defendants, who haven’t paid the purchase price and royalties.
Attorneys: Jeffrey R. Edelman
Denver District Court
Tib Inc. v. Luanne P. Sager LLC; Dan Appell
Mechanic’s lien foreclosure at 4369 Stuart St. in Denver due to $40,519 in unpaid remodeling work.
Attorneys: Benjamin Tracy, Tueller & Gibbs
Richard Armstrong Jr. v. Roost Denver LLC
The plaintiff claims the defendant caused $19,956 in damage at 2422 Federal Blvd. in Denver while doing construction work at 2434 Federal Blvd. in Denver.
Attorneys: Pro se
Green Restoration Inc.; Elston Restoration Inc. v. Foothills Roofing and Exteriors Inc.; Armando Jacox Jr.
The plaintiff subcontractors allege the defendants owe them a combined $149,451 for unpaid commissions and work.
Attorneys: Joe T. Reece, Susan F. Baker and Bethany R. Reece, Reece & Baker
School District No. 1 in the City and County of Denver aka Denver Public Schools aka Denver Public School District No. 1; Lexington Insurance Company, as subrogee of School District No. 1 in the City & County of Denver aka Denver Public Schools aka Denver Public School District No. 1 v. McKinstry Essention LLC; Johnson Controls Inc.
The plaintiff school district says it hired the defendants to repair an HVAC system at Cheltenham Elementary, 1580 Julian St. in Denver, and the defendants’ shoddy work caused a basement to flood, costing taxpayers $790,852 in damages.
Attorneys: Glenn W. Mattar and Paul B. Hines, Denenberg Tuffley
State Farm Fire and Casualty Company aso Astrella Law PC, an Illinois corporation v. 1801 Broadway Novel Coworking LLC; Level Office Management LLC dba Expansive, a Chicago limited liability company
The plaintiff claims the defendants ignored the need for boiler repairs at 1801 Broadway in Denver until the boiler burst, causing damage to the plaintiff’s property.
Attorneys: Adrian Tilley, Beck Payne Frank & Piper P.C.
Ate One LLC v. Rize Construction LLC
Motion to substitute a $93,964 bond in place of a $57,347 mechanic’s lien at 211 E. 7th Ave. in Denver.
Attorneys: Reagan Larkin and Sarah Donahue, Messner Reeves
Guys Floor Service Inc. v. Tennessee Wood Flooring LLC, a Tennessee limited liability company
The plaintiff, a subcontractor on the construction of a house at 10949 Skydance Dr. in Highlands Ranch, accuses the defendant of selling it bad wood flooring, leading to a $82,460 settlement between the homeowner and the plaintiff.
Attorneys: Gilbert R. Egle, Preeo Silverman Green & Egle P.C.
Perry Row At Sloans Homeowners Association Inc. v. Presidio Sloans LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; Perry Sloans LLC, a Delaware limited liability company fka Presidio Sloans LLC; Presidio Perry Master LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; Presidio Merced Lnad IV Active II LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; 1600 Perry Investor LLC; 1600 Perry Manager LLC; Sprocket Design-Build Inc.; Sprocket Commercial Inc.
The plaintiff claims the defendants’ shoddy work resulted in construction defects at Perry Row at Sloans, a series of row homes at 1550 Quitman St. in Denver.
Attorneys: Michael A. Hearn, Shane D. Fleener, Sean M. Wells, Michael L. Matthews and Amber K. Groves, Hearn & Fleener
Monarch Growth Inc.; Monarch Casino and Resort Inc.; Monarch Black Hawk Inc. v. PCL Construction Services Inc.
The plaintiffs say they hired the defendant to do construction work at the Monarch Casino Resort Spa Black Hawk and the work was shoddy, leading to several lawsuits and counterlawsuits. The plaintiffs seek an undisclosed amount of money.
Attorneys: John A. Wharton, Greenberg Traurig
Shift Workspaces Bannock LLC v. Haymaker Industries Holdings LLC; HEC Management LLC; RB Haymaker & Co. LLC; Richard B. Haymaker III
The plaintiff claims that it leased space at 1001 Bannock St. in Denver to the defendants, who owe $27,888 in back rent.
Attorneys: Lawrence M. Zavadil, Zavadil Law Offices
AO Fluid 11 LLC v. Auto Pro Buys LLC
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it leases 12170 Tejon St. in Westminster to the defendant, which abandoned the property and owes $127,597 in back rent and fees.
Attorneys: Jeffrey M. Villanueva and Zachary M. Graupmann, Jeffrey M. Villanueva P.C.
Douglas District Court
Eric Smith; Stacy Smith v. Thomas Michie Associates; Stone Canyon; Shellee Woodall; Rosio Rangel
Lease dispute. The plaintiffs allege the defendants failed to return their security deposit, levied inappropriate late fees and then wrongly evicted the plaintiffs from the Stone Canyon Apartments at 19255 E. Cottonwood Dr. in Parker.
Attorneys: Pro se
Rahel Madden; Kieran Madden v. Mile High Artscapes of Colorado; Michael West
The plaintiffs say they hired the defendants to do excavation and landscaping work at 6879 Copper Sky Circle in Castle Pines and the defendants haven’t done any work or refunded their deposit, costing them $273,518.
Attorneys: Jon T. Bradley and Kelci S. Straub, Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins P.C.
BFS Group dba Builders FirstSource; BMC West v. Craftsman Homes and Interiors; Doug McIver; Lucinda McIver
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 14972 Crooked Ln. in Woodland Park due to $34,124 in unpaid materials.
Attorneys: Terry Ehrlich and Alanna Boswell, Arnold & Arnold
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The plaintiffs, who are homeowners living in 11 neighborhoods near the proposed Pinery development, accuse the defendant of ignoring a unanimous planning commission decision by approving the development. They want a judge to stop the development.
Attorneys: Eric B. Liebman and Vika S. Chandrashekar, Moye White
Rocky Mountain Concrete Construction v. Fred Linneman; Aspen Enterprise
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 282 Malibu St. in Castle Rock due to $103,068 in unpaid materials and labor.
Attorneys: Andrew J. Felser and Rebecca A. Mastel, Glade Voogt Lopez Smith Felser P.C.
Vederra Holdings v. Mortgage Store USA; Herman Slater
The plaintiff claims the defendants agreed to raise $80 million for a modular home factory after the plaintiff deposited $650,000 but didn’t raise it or return the deposit.
Attorneys: Phillip S. Lorenzo and James E. Dallner, Lorenzo Ekker Dallner
Jefferson District Court
Schnitzer West; SWB Westminster v. Westminster Economic Development Authority
The plaintiffs accuse the defendant of refusing to sell them two lots in downtown Westminster that it had promised to sell them, breaching their contract.
Attorneys: William F. Jones and Patrick J. Hickey, Moye White
Dr. Barry Kutner v. City of Lakewood Planning Department; Doran Belamar
The plaintiff, owner and resident of a five-story mixed-use property in the Belmar neighborhood of Lakewood claims the city wrongly allowed the defendant Belamar to build a seven-story mixed-use building next door, in violation of height requirements.
Attorneys: Lew M. Harstead and Adam K. Alexander, Johnson & Repucci
MRM Construction v. JS Stucco
The plaintiff says it hired the defendant to install stucco at 11914 W. Belmont Dr. in Littleton and the defendant did shoddy work, causing homeowners to sue the plaintiff.
Attorneys: Janet B. Martin and Brendan F. Friedman, Lasater & Martin P.C.
Genre Homes v. Soma Electric
The plaintiff contractor says it hired the defendant subcontractor to perform electrical work on four projects and the defendant did shoddy work on all four.
Attorneys: Scott L. Evan, Buchalter P.C.
Calatlantic Group v. Trico Construction; Probuild Holdings; Probuild Company nka BFS Group
The plaintiff, a general contractor for 13 duplexes at the Gardens at Table Mountain, alleges the defendant subcontractors caused defects that resulted in an HOA lawsuit.
Attorneys: Daniel C. Wennogle and Nick R. Herrick, Moye White
Skitzo 5610 v. PlantFuel Life
The plaintiff claims that it leases 5610 Ward Rd. Building A in Arvada to the defendant, which owes $81,793 in back rent and fees.
Attorneys: Charles E. Fuller and Uriel Martinez, Senn Visciano Canges P.C.
U.S. District Court — Colorado
United States of America for the Use of Rand Construction Company, a Missouri company v. Structsure Projects Inc. fka United Excel Corporation, a Kansas corporation; Arch Insurance, an Ohio company
The plaintiff claims that the defendants owe it $386,413 for work the plaintiff did on a Peterson Air Force Base medical office building and clinic in Colorado Springs.
Attorneys: Ivan A. Sarkissian and Nathaniel Rioux Jordan, McConaughy & Sarkissian P.C.
HC-8451 Pearl Street LLC v. Vibra Hospital of Denver LLC; Vibra Healthcare LLC; Vibra Healthcare II LLC
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it leases 8451 and 8515 Pearl St. in Thornton to the defendants, which haven’t paid rent for the past three months.
Attorneys: Leah E. Capritta, Holland & Knight