Adams District Court
Adam Reiter; Amie Ha v. Brookfield Colorado Residential dba Brookfield Residential Properties; Brookfield Properties Development; Midtown Residential; Does
The plaintiffs, who own 6736 Warren Dr. in Denver, accuse the defendants of doing shoddy work on a home there and refusing to correct their mistakes.
Attorneys: David P. Reiter, David P. Reiter P.C.
Barbara Austin; Kathy Blanchard; Daniel Dougherty; Dave Gruthoff; Christine Gruthoff; John Joyner; Paul King; Shari King; Jennifer Osgood; Dave Osgood; Anitra Rock; Leslie Rock; Chuck Payne; Keith Seabaugh; Owen Schaeffer; Ria Schaeffer; Craig Wuertz; Charlie Wuertz; Paula Boswell; Edie Apke; Georgiana Bohlender; Donna Herrick; Julie Branting; Carl Brzozowy; Lisa Barlow; Danna Colingham; Fred Cone; Elizabeth Delisa v. Todd Creek Farms Homeowners Association; Maryjo Montoya; Sean Holdren
The plaintiffs say that the defendant HOA is violating its bylaws and covenants by conducting elections and meetings without accountability or transparency.
Attorneys: Peter L. Towsky and Boyd A. Rolfson, Robinson & Henry P.C.
Hexagaia v. Fulton Irrigating Ditch Company; Fulton Extension Ditch Company; The Fulton Seepage Ditch Company; Holcim-WCR; Aggregate Industries-WCR dba, Aggregate Industries; City of Greeley; Raymond Lee III, City Manager, City of Greeley; Doug Marek, City Attorney, City of Greeley; Sinclair Pipeline Company nka Sinclair Pipeline; Brannan Sand and Gravel Company nka Brannan Sand and Gravel; Western Paving Construction Company nka Mobile Premix Concrete; The Boyd Irrigation Company
The plaintiff, which owns 8021 E. 100th Ave. in Henderson, says it has built and repaired Hexagaia Road for decades and seeks a court order stating it owns the road.
Attorneys: Craig D. Johnson, Craig D. Johnson & Associates P.C.
Pure Restore v. Mazzo Enterprises; Ron Pietrafeso; HTLF Bank dba Citywide Bank; Adams County Public Trustee
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 2700 Chambers Rd. in Aurora due to $87,955 in unpaid restoration work.
Attorneys: James C. Shanor, Jorgensen Brownell & Pepin P.C.
Roy Jackson Electric v. 6300 Broadway Associates; Arch-Con Corporation; Prologis; Target Corporation; Thoutt Bros Concrete Contractors
The plaintiff subcontractor says it performed electrical work at 6300 N. Broadway in Denver and is still owed $109,962 by the defendants.
Attorneys: Robert H. Winter
Arapahoe District Court
Voya Investment Management, agent, for Global Investment Fund I and its TRE VIM Portfolio v. Shafa and Son Triad; Focus Triad
The plaintiff wants a receiver to be appointed for the Triad Office Park at 5660, 5670 and 5680 Greenwood Plaza in Greenwood Village because the defendants have defaulted on a $53.7 million mortgage at the property, according to the plaintiff.
Attorneys: William R. Meyer, Polsinelli
Tenderfoot Pipeline Company v. Brent Carlile; Jodi Dyce; Stacy Mullikin; DJ Homestead
The plaintiff seeks permission to take the defendants’ property for construction of a seven-mile-long oil and gas pipeline.
Attorneys: Douglas S. Widlund, Widlund Law
GS Centennial v. Colorado Home Fitness; Luther Hunnings
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rented a suite at 9619 E. County Line Rd. in Centennial to the defendants, who owe an undetermined amount in back rent.
Attorneys: Christopher A. Young, CYLG P.C.
CC Realty v. SRS Development
The plaintiff says it purchased 2218 W. Caley Pl. in Littleton from the defendant with the understanding that a refrigerator would be included but a fridge wasn’t included.
Attorneys: Reagan Larkin and Rebecca Spence, Messner Reeves
The Hanover American Insurance Company aso Sola Salon Studios v. Watts Regulator Co; Watts Water Technologies; Kemflo International Co; Kemflo Environmental Technology
The plaintiff alleges that the defendants’ defective water filter caused a leak and $721,143 in water damage to 13923 E. Exposition Ave. in Aurora.
Attorneys: Colin E. Moriarty and Jessica L. Carnes, Underhill Law P.C.
Boulder Plumbing and Mech v. Metro Express Sheridan; Petra
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 4035 S. Santa Fe Dr. in Englewood due to $33,672 in unpaid construction materials.
Attorneys: Terry Ehrlick and Alanna Boswell, Arnold & Arnold
Orly Construction v. 3rd & Goal Holdings dba Iron Bison Construction; Louis Mullen; Emily Mullen; William Kelly; Lakeview Loan Servicing; United Wholesale Mortgage; Michael Westerberg ,Public Trustee Of Arapahoe County
Foreclosure of mechanic’s liens at 6736 S. Clermont St. in Centennial and 2805 W. Bryant Pl. in Littleton due to $12,270 in unpaid construction work.
Attorneys: Joe T. Reece, Susan F. Baker and Bethany R. Reece, Reece & Baker
Felicia Mehrara; Tiffany Sanders v. Chatham Cherry Creek; Hyatt Corporation
The plaintiffs say that while they were staying at the defendants’ hotel at 4150 E. Mississippi Ave. in Glendale, they were bitten by bed bugs, leading to permanent scars, an anxiety disorder, a fear of all hotel rooms, medical costs, pain and suffering.
Attorneys: Adrian A. Sak, Sak Law Firm
Preetty Nole; Ruben Gomez v. Silverwest I Inverness HW dba Homewood Suites by Hilton Denver Tech Center
The plaintiffs allege that the defendant, which owns 199 Inverness Dr. in Englewood, does not provide adequate security for its parking lot, resulting in the plaintiffs being viciously beaten by three men while hotel staff locked the front door and watched.
Attorneys: Timur G. Kishinevsky, Gordon Westmont and Michael Buchanan, The Law Office of Timur Kishinevsky
Claris Chesler v. Village Plaza Lofts Condominium Association; MSI
The plaintiff claims that the defendants do not properly care for their property at 11002 Benton St. in Westminster, causing her nose to be crushed by a swinging iron door.
Attorneys: Francis K. Culkin
Gregory Majersky v. LCM Property Management
The plaintiff, of 1284 Sable Blvd. in Aurora, says his neighborhood’s HOA concocted reasons why he couldn’t run for HOA board, in violation of his constitutional rights.
Attorneys: Pro se
Boulder District Court
Christopher Roser; Elizabeth Roser v. Urban Exteriors; John Hess
The plaintiffs claim that the defendant door-to-door salesmen pressured them into hiring the defendants for an unnecessary roof repair, then used the wrong materials and did shoddy installation work, decreasing the value of their home.
Attorneys: Jennifer C. Arnett, Arnett Litigation
Leslie Perry; Andrew Perry v. Robert William Blanke; CR Contracting;
The plaintiffs say they paid the defendants $107,748 to remodel 741 W. Emma St. in Lafayette but no work was done before the defendant company folded. Now, “the $25,000 and $82,748 the Perrys gave to CR Contracting have disappeared.”
Attorneys: Stephen H. Hennessy
Swinerton Builders v. Midnight Metals
Motion to substitute a $168,144 bond in place of a $111,763 mechanic’s lien at 5777 Central Ave. in Boulder.
Attorneys: Alex King and Serena Gudino, Beltzer Bangert & Gunnell
Shady Creek Homeowners Association v. Thomas W. Cestare; Thomas Paine McNamee Cestare; Roberta Cestare
The plaintiff, which operates a 98-unit condo complex at 2227 Canyon Blvd. in Boulder, says two of the defendants are Hawaii residents who have allowed the third defendant, their son, to stay at their condo, where he has destroyed property, tampered with fire alarms, threatened to murder residents, assaulted police and trashed others’ mail.
Attorneys: Jennifer L. Lorenz and Christina M. Gonsalves, Dietze & Davis P.C.
Stephen Lehan Living Trust; Lisbeth Hals Lehan Living Trust; Lisbeth Lehan; Stephen Lehan v. Outdoor Craftsman; Scott Deemer
The plaintiffs say they hired the defendants to do landscaping work at 6495 Strawberry Court in Niwot and the work was defective, causing the death of trees and shrubs.
Attorneys: Chad W. Johnson and Dillon R. Fulcher, Johnson Law
Broomfield District Court
BPC Investors v. BPC Holdings; Metropia Management; Paul Pewterbaugh
The plaintiff says it purchased three office buildings at 3311 W. 144th Ave. in Broomfield for $16.8 million from the defendants, who didn’t disclose construction defects.
Attorneys: Edward P. Timmins and William J. Acromite, Timmins Law Firm
Denver District Court
Angeline Milinazzo; Domini Milinazzo; Milinazzo Realty Group LLC dba What’s Next Realty v. Christian Gutierrez dba Denver Elite aka Denver Elite Sellers
The plaintiffs say they marketed an apartment building at 5661 W. Green Meadows Pl. before it was sold to Vareco for $4 million but never received an $80,000 commission.
Attorneys: Dennis B. Green
Steven W. Schrader; Elizabeth W. Schrader v. Metro Denver Title LLC dba First Integrity Title Company; Colorado Lending Solutions Inc.; Compass Colorado Realty LLC dba Nav Real Estate; Sonya Edwards; Alex Quraishi; Nicholas Gobel
The plaintiffs accuse the defendants of failing to advise them about wire fraud while helping them buy a condo at 2990 E. 17th Ave. in Denver, causing them to unknowingly send $356,000 to a fraudster posing as the defendants.
Attorneys: Kevin Sobczyk, Robinson & Henry P.C.
Jennifer Rahn; Jeffrey Barnett v. BHI Residential Long Term Corporation dba Sentral
The plaintiffs, who are tenants at Sentral Union Station at 1777 Wewatta St. in Denver, say the defendant emptied their storage unit there and took their property, including a surrealist painting titled “Looks Like We’re Not on Canvas Anymore,” a Yahama trumpet and an irreplaceable “Kinky Boots show poster.”
Attorneys: Christopher K. Gilbert, Burnham Law Firm P.C.
Endurance American Specialty Insurance Company; Ace American Insurance Company; Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London subscribing to Unique Market Reference No. B1262PW0315620; Allianz GlobalRisk US Insurance Company; Steadfast Insurance Company, as subrogee of Station A Apartments at Gateway LLC and SSGA Funds Management, an advisor to the GE Pension Trust v. Builder Services Group Inc. dba Allied Insulation TruTream LLC dba Allien Insulation; Topbuild Corp. dba Allied Insulation
The plaintiffs accuse the defendants of causing frozen sprinkler pipes to burst at the Station A at Gateway Park apartments, 4550 N. Kittredge St. in Denver, resulting in $427,250 in damage to the plaintiffs’ client.
Attorneys: Glenn W. Mattar and Paul B. Hines, Denenberg Tuffley
Deborah Frank; 6 Polo Field Lane LLC; James Frank v. Materials Marketing Ltd., a Texas corporation dba Material Bespoke Stone + Tile aka Material
The plaintiffs claim that they hired the defendant to install tile at 6 Polo Field Ln. in Denver and the tile cracked. They seek more than $100,000 in damages.
Attorneys: Christopher J. Dawes and Adam J. Gentile, Fox Rothschild
Ereni Bielfield v. Robles LLC; Omar Robles; Fidel Robles Banuelos
The plaintiff says that she rented 1705 Federal Blvd. in Denver from the defendants, who failed to disclose water issues and make repairs, costing her business revenue.
Attorneys: John W. McKendree
Plaza De Monaco Towers Condominiums Association Inc. v. Plaza Associates Ltd.
The plaintiff, which operates a condo complex at 2880 S. Locust St. in Denver, says that Apt. S105 “was inadvertently left in the name of the defendant” in 1980. It is asking the court to “correct this inadvertent mistake and declare the association the owner.”
Attorneys: Damien Bielli and Cameron Stark, Vial Fotheringham
Regency Centers LP, a Delaware limited partnership v. WW North America Holdings LLC, a Delaware limited liability company
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rents a suite at 1699 S. Colorado Blvd. in Denver to the defendant, which owes an undetermined amount in back rent and fees.
Attorneys: Alan D. Sweetbaum, Sweetbaum Miller P.C.
McKeefe Ventures LLC v. Sherman & Howard LLC
The plaintiff landlord claims that it hired the defendant to recover $5.6 million in damages from a tenant but after the judgment was entered, the plaintiff learned that the defendant had accidentally sued the wrong company, so the plaintiff couldn’t collect.
Attorneys: Anthony Viorst and David Chambers, The Viorst Law Offices P.C.
Thomas H. Chatfield; Karin Johnson Chatfield; Nathaniel A. Chatfield Close v. Billy-George Hertzke SGR LLC
The plaintiffs say they hired the defendant to litigate a dispute over a property fence at 867 Gunsmoke Dr. in Bailey and the defendant was incompetent, leading to serious harassment of a witness and forcing the plaintiffs to move out of their home.
Attorneys: Karin Johnson Chatfield
PDOF Denver LLC v. Denver Gateway LLC
The plaintiff wants the court to appoint a receiver for a partially constructed hotel at 16161 E. 40th St. in Denver after the defendant defaulted on a $22.7 million loan.
Attorneys: Joseph E. Lubinski, MDH Law Group
Hollis Jennings v. Denver Primavera Design LLC; Nikola Stokanic
The plaintiff claims that she paid the defendants $368,000 to remodel 1221 Dahlia St. in Denver and the defendants haven’t reimbursed her since she fired them for slowness.
Attorneys: Jennifer D. Duettra, Miller & Law P.C.
PG Arnold Construction LLC v. Taxi Building III LLC; Taxi Residences LLC; ZZeppelin Development; Stresscon Corp. dba Stresscon Corporation; Pennsylvania Insurance Company
Mechanic’s lien foreclosure at The Taxi Building, 3455 Ringsby Ct. in Denver, due to $1,263,624 in unpaid labor and materials.
Attorneys: Robert H. Winter
Leopold T. Monaco v. Elissa Watson; AirBNB Inc.; AirBNB RPG Inc.; AirBNB.Org Inc.
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of not properly caring for their apartment at 3100 Cherry Creek South Dr. in Denver, causing glass to shatter and sever two of his tendons.
Attorneys: Michael Nimmo, Wahlberg Woodruff Nimmo & Sloane
Calcon Constructors Inc. v. Rieber Contracting Inc.
Motion to substitute a $79,427 bond in place of a $52,951 mechanic’s lien at 7900 E. Colfax in Denver.
Attorneys: John W. Mill, Mill Construction Law
Larry J. West v. Aerowood Property Management
The plaintiff alleges that the defendant landlord at 2248 N. Clarkson St. in Denver has refused to make repairs, resulting in a stove fire that left the plaintiff hospitalized.
Attorneys: Pro se
Melinda M. Schminke v. Colorado Division of Real Estate
The plaintiff, who has been a licensed real estate appraiser since 2002, says the defendant will not allow her to take the state’s appraiser exam because she does not have a bachelor’s degree, a decision that she says is unlawful and unconstitutional.
Attorneys: Larry Harvey
Douglas District Court
Sharon Christy v. J&G Remodeling Specialists
The plaintiff says she paid the defendant $66,000 to remodel her home but only a small portion of the work was completed before the defendant stopped working.
Attorneys: Robert R. Harper and Charles B. Wood, Baker Law Group
Restated Simpson Family Trust v. Ohana Grille Castle Rock; Richard Braunthal; Tina Martelon Braunthal
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rents 2240 Mercantile Ave. in Castle Rock to the defendants, who owe back rent after abandoning the property.
Attorneys: Donald D. Farlow, Burns Wall and Mueller P.C.
Jefferson District Court
Business Brokerage Services v. C&C Wines and Spirits; Crystal Kapoor
The plaintiff says the defendants reneged on their brokerage agreement, discreetly sold their business at 1501 W. Elizabeth St. in Fort Collins, and refused to pay the plaintiff its $70,000 commission.
Attorneys: Craig Franklin Chambers
Mark Labac v. Hall Ryan Construction
The plaintiff says it hired the defendant to replace a roof at 22535 Tree Top Ln. in Golden and the defendant did deficient work, then filed an improper lien.
Attorneys: Alan B. Hendrix
TMP West End Project v. Shaw Construction; Shaw Builders
The plaintiff, owner of a 165-unit apartment building at 7333 W. 38th Ave. in Wheat Ridge, says the defendant shoddily built balconies there and refused to repair them.
Attorneys: John A. Wharton, Greenberg Traurig
Adept Concrete v. Cub Square Centre; KTK General Contracting; John Hancock Life Insurance Company;
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 5385 W. 80th Ave. in Arvada due to $47,865 in unpaid concrete work.
Attorneys: M. Kate Strauss and Maria Hope Conversa, Galvanize Law Group
Donna Goodreau; Nelson Goodreau v. San Isabel Road Homeowners Association
The plaintiffs, who own 24030 San Isabel Rd. in Indian Hills, say the defendant has refused to negotiate an easement that allows them to reach their home.
Attorneys: Gregory J Notarianni and Joshua D. McMahon, Anderson Notarianni McMahon
Grant Water and Sanitation District v. JBS Pipeline dba Jim’s Backhoe Service; Ohio Insurance Company
The plaintiff claims it paid $511,463 to the defendants for the removal and replacement of sewer mains but the work was not completed and the money not refunded.
Attorneys: Donald C. Sisson and Lucas Lorenz, Elkus & Sisson P.C.
North Bear Meadows v. Infinite Care Holdings
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it rents 2595 S. Lewis Way in Lakewood to the defendant, which owes $147,921 in back rent.
Attorneys: Kevin G. Walton and James Snow, Snell & Wilmer
Douglas Jones v. Sonesta International Hotels Corp
The plaintiff claims that the defendant does a poor job maintaining its property at 895 Tabor St. in Golden, resulting in him being hit in the back and electrocuted by a light fixture that caught fire while the plaintiff was standing on a hotel balcony.
Attorneys: Gorgy Alhasoon and Amy E. Gaiennie, The Gaiennie Law Office
Miller Keilin, Vivian Louise Mason v. 11741 Ranch Elsie Rd; Masters Millennium dba Re/Max Masters Millennium; Mark Debenedictis
The plaintiffs say they bought 11741 Ranch Elsie Rd. in Golden from the defendants, who didn’t disclose the roof was defective and in violation of building codes.
Attorneys: Darrell D. B. Damschen and Terrence P. Murray, Murray & Damschen P.C.
David Batton; Kaitlin Kuka; Gabriella Greenleaf; Jason Greenleaf v. Remington Homes at Candelas; Remington Homes Co; Jim Cessna; CTL/Thompson; Ronald Mcomber; Gerard Enterprises dba GEI Structural Engineers Gerard Meiser
The plaintiffs claim that the defendants built and sold them homes at 16201 and 16191 W. 95th Ln. in Arvada without disclosing serious foundation issues.
Attorneys: Chad W. Johnson, David W. Hall and Dillon R. Fulcher, Johnson Law
U.S. District Court — Colorado
Jeffrey Pan, on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated v. Atlas Real Estate Group LLC
The plaintiff accuses the defendant, a real estate company in Denver, of failing to protect customers’ “highly sensitive personal identifiable information,” leading to a hack.
Attorneys: Raina C. Borrelli, Turke & Strauss
Can IV Packard Square LLC v. Harbor Real Estate Company LLC; Craig E. Schubiner
The plaintiff says the defendant Schubiner falsely claimed to have a net worth of $44 million and own a condo at 805 East Cooper in Aspen to induce the plaintiff into a construction loan, then transferred the title to evade collection efforts.
Attorneys: James S. Rigberg, Dickinson Wright; Christopher D. Bryan and Hunter S. Ross, Garfield & Hecht P.C.