Adams District Court
Caschette Properties v. Engineered Data Products Holdings
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it leased 1250 W. 152nd Ave. in Westminster to the defendant, which owes back rent and repair costs.
Attorneys: Deborah A. Enck and Craig D. Johnson, Craig D. Johnson & Associates P.C.
All Phase Restoration Denver v. Northglenn North Peak Apartments Venture; Fannie Mae; Public Trustee of Adams County
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 10701 Pecos St. in Northglenn due to $401,105 in unpaid labor and materials.
Attorneys: Donald C. Sisson and Lucas Lorenz, Elkus & Sisson P.C.
Arapahoe District Court
5301 Menaul; Sawmill Station; TES Holdings; The Prather Family Trust; Brian Piesczak; David Fosburgh; Valerie Fosburgh; Erik Drayson; Evan Harris; Everett Van Westenberg; The Wm and Janis McGinnis Revocable Trust; Laurie Cesario; Matt Thomas; Nancy Bucci; Sean McGinnis; Sharie Mendrey v. Sean Michael McClay; Cross Creek 3; DFW Rental Fund 1; Equity Deals; Beverly McClay; PBJ Real Estate; The Clear Creek Company; Richmond Atlantic Rehab Fund; Marc Simpson; unknown parties to be revealed through discovery
The plaintiffs allege that the defendants, led by convicted thief Sean McClay, ran a fraudulent real estate investment scheme involving supposed fix and flip projects.
Attorneys: R. Scott Fitzke, Fitzke Law
The Award and Sign Connection Ltd. v. Denver Home Fitness LLC; Justin Salyer
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it leased shopping center space at 6801 S. Dayton St. in Greenwood Village to the defendants, who owe $54,224 in back rent and fees.
Attorneys: Edward Levy, Atlas Law Firm P.C.
JHL Enterprises dba JHL Constructors v. Keenan Hopkins Suder Stowell Contractors
Motion to substitute a $683,414 bond in place of a $455,609 mechanic’s lien at 4125 S. University Blvd. in Englewood.
Attorneys: John W. Mill, Mill Construction Law
Beaver Creek Investments v. Greenwood Village Investments
The plaintiff says it bought 5500 Greenwood Village Plaza in Greenwood Village from the defendant, which refuses to hand over a tenant’s rent payment of $67,790.
Attorneys: Otto K. Hilbert II, Otto Law
Coralyn Kiess v. James Dolmas; Wells Fargo Home Mortgage; Wells Fargo Bank
The plaintiff says that she co-owns 17663 E. Arizona Ave. in Aurora with the defendant Dolmas, an inmate who hasn’t made mortgage payments or paid upkeep costs. The plaintiff is asking the court to allow her to sell the property.
Attorneys: Neil S. Sullenberger, Jennifer L. Roskamp and Michael A. Gubiotti, Sullenberger Roskamp
Boulder District Court
RN Civil Construction v. Ferguson Enterprises dba Ferguson Waterworks
Motion to substitute a $16,743 bond in place of a $11,162 mechanic’s lien at a water reclamation facility, 750-760 E. County Line Rd. in Lafayette.
Attorneys: Alvin M. Cohen and Abigail R. Frame, Woods Aitken
Meadows On the Parkway Station v. Rocky Mountain Urgent Care LLC dba Rocky Mountain Urgent Care PC fka Rocky Mountain Urgent Care PC; Infinite Care Clinics Colorado LLC
Lease dispute. The plaintiff claims that it leased two suites at 4800 Baseline Rd. in Boulder to the defendants, who owe an undetermined amount in back rent and fees.
Attorneys: Elizabeth K. Olson, Hall & Evans
Robert Affleck; Carol Affleck v. Dio Volendo; West View Estates
The plaintiffs say that when they sold 8757 N. 87th St. in Longmont to the defendants for $950,000, the defendants agreed to pay a bonus of $150,000 if the property was annexed into the City of Longmont, but then reneged after annexation.
Attorneys: Lance J. Goff, Goff & Goff
TPG Air; TPG Boxelder v. WCL
The plaintiffs, which own 1797 Boxelder St. in Louisville, say the plat was erroneously labeled as not part of a subdivision in 2001, causing problems during refinancing.
Attorneys: Charles E. Fuller and Maureen S. Dunn, Senn Visciano Canges P.C.
Linda Meyer, by and through her next friend Kevin Meyer v. Roofing Authority LLC
The plaintiff, a mentally incapacitated Alzheimer’s patient, claims that the defendant sold her an unneeded roof replacement at 6829 Roaring Fork Trail in Boulder.
Attorneys: James F. Scherer, Miller & Law P.C.
Denver District Court
H Block Investments LLC v. Sam NJ 44 Stelton LLC; Sam Ronson Woodbridge LLC; Sturm Asset Management LLC
The plaintiff alleges that the defendants failed to provide financial information for $1.1 million in real estate investments in Piscataway and Woodbridge, New Jersey.
Attorneys: Bruce E. Rohde and Margaret R. Pflueger, Campbell Killin Brittan & Ray
2800 E 2nd Avenue 304 LLC v. The Residences at Northcreek Association
The plaintiff, which owns a penthouse at The Residences at Northcreek, 2800 E. 2nd Ave. in Denver, says the defendant wrongly prevented it from making improvements.
Attorneys: Alan D. Sweetbaum and Andrew S. Miller, Sweetbaum Miller P.C.
Pamela Gelbert v. The Berkeley LLC; VRBO Holdings Inc. fka Homeaway Holdings Inc.
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of failing to inspect and properly maintain the Berkeley Hotel, 4160 Tennyson St. in Denver. As a result, a shower door “unexpectedly exploded, impaling the plaintiff with shattered glass,” according to the plaintiff.
Attorneys: J. Todd Tenge, M. Paige Orgel and Adam N. Balach, Tenge Law Firm
Shane Binder; Anne Decleene v. Refined Property Management dba Whole Property Management; James T. Howell
The plaintiff property owners allege the defendant property managers damaged a waterline at 1426 S. Race St. in Denver, causing it to sell for a lower price.
Attorneys: Matthew L. Schneider and Angela S. Boeck-Giscombe, Bufkin & Schneider
BCSP Circa Property LLC, a Delaware limited liability company v. Verizon Sourcing LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; ADB Companies LLC; RR Drilling Inc.
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of puncturing a sewer line at 1615 Platte St. in Denver with their fiber optic cables and refusing to pay for the repairs.
Attorneys: Chloe Mickel, Michael P. Smith and Rosa L. Baum, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Greystar Development and Construction LP, a Delaware limited partnership v. Smalley & Company
Motion to substitute a $657,734 bond in place of a $438,490 mechanic’s lien at 600 Park Ave. West in Denver.
Attorneys: Patrick J. Casey and Christopher T. Groen, Fox Rothschild
EQR 1250 Cherokee LLC v. Eviva Cherokee LLC; HCBeck Ltd.; Greco Aluminum Railings (USA) Inc.; and Metro Fence Company
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of negligently constructing balcony railings at its 274-unit housing complex at 1250 Cherokee St. in Denver, causing large glass panes to fall from the balconies and shatter on the sidewalk and street below. The plaintiff seeks $589,965 that it spent repairing the railings, plus $250,000 in punitive damages.
Attorneys: Laurin D. Quiat and Colby M. Everett, Baker & Hostetler
L’Alliance Francaise de Denver v. North American Elite Insurance Company, a New Hampshire insurance company
The plaintiff, a nonprofit French resource center founded in 1897, says the north wall of its property at 571 Galapago St. in Denver collapsed during restoration work in 2021 and now the defendant won’t cover its $548,675 in repair costs.
Attorneys: Gregg S. Rich and Megan Rettig, Coombe Curry Rich & Jarvis
Shafiqullah Yousifzai v. Oakwood Homes LLC; Mary Mitchell; Federal National Mortgage Association; Annie Le fka Annie Kong; Thanh Cong Le; Adolfo X. Useche; Home Point Financial Corporation, a New Jersey corporation; John Davies, a public trustee for Denver County; Does
The plaintiff, who owns 4425 Andes Ct. in Denver, says his warranty deed incorrectly states the legal description of the property as Lot 2, Block 5 instead of Lot 5, Block 2.
Attorneys: Robert W. Smith
Deleon Drywall LLC v. Henry Development LLC
The plaintiff accuses the defendant general contractor of refusing to pay it for its drywall work at 511 S. Gilpin St., 221 and 223 N. Garfield St., and 480 S. Clarkson St. in Denver.
Attorneys: Robert E. McGough
Sanford Smith Jr.; Angela Smith v. The Estate of Alan S. Marks; Jonathan A. Marks
The plaintiffs say they rented a condo at the Candlewyck Condominium Community, 8788 E. Mississippi Ave. in Denver, from the defendants, who ignored a gas leak.
Attorneys: Pro se
Daniel Skeehan; Danielle Skeehan v. Summit Renovations Inc.; Peirce Consulting LLC; Todd Peirce
The plaintiffs claim that they hired the defendants to remodel 5506 S. Kenton Way in Englewood for $315,947 and the work was delayed, then deficient.
Attorneys: Reid V. Jennings and Christopher M. Parrish, Parrish & Jennings
Broadway 2500 LLC v. Cafe Insomnia LLC; Maria Akbari Esfahanhi aka Maria Esfahani
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says that it leased 2500 S. Broadway in Denver to the defendants, who breached the lease by allowing firearms and a shooting to occur.
Attorneys: Douglas Norberg and Dani Saunders, Alchemy Law Firm
CM Clark v. Southern Tire Mart LLC, a Mississippi limited liability company
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says that it rents 1207 S. Platte River Dr. in Denver to the defendant, which refuses to pay $25,068 in insurance premiums.
Attorneys: Timothy R. Gablehouse and Evan C. Singleton, Gablehouse Granberg
Adrienne Russman; Rebecca Sienicki v. Martin Rock; CWC Construction and Removal LLC
The plaintiffs claim that they hired the defendants to remodel 3705 Lowell Blvd. in Denver and the work was shoddy.
Attorneys: Laurie Choi and James Snow, Snell & Wilmer
Stephanie Ramirez Montiel, as surviving parent and personal representative for the Estate of Levi Noles, deceased v. Jesus Tarin; Graciela Tarin; Tarin’s Co.; Tarin Co.
The plaintiff alleges that after her son was killed by the defendants’ son in a hit-and-run accident and the plaintiff obtained a $260,000 settlement, the defendants fraudulently transferred 2304 Federal Blvd. and 2314 Federal Blvd. in Denver, along with 8878 Norwich St. in Westminster, to avoid paying the judgment.
Attorneys: Rhett C. Buckley and Jennifer Simpson, Buckley Simpson Law
1741 Gaylord LLC v. The City and County of Denver
The plaintiff says the defendant has wrongly determined that 1741 Gaylord St. in Denver is historic, preventing the plaintiff from replacing it with micro apartments.
Attorneys: R. Parker Semler and Andrew Oh-Willeke, Semler & Associates P.C.
Arapahoe and Lima LLC; 1680 Broadway LLC v. Script Dash Inc. dba Alto Pharmacy LLC, a California limited liability company
Lease dispute. The plaintiffs, which own 1207-1225 Cherokee St. in Denver, say the defendant has stopped paying rent on parking spaces there.
Attorneys: Amanda H. Halstead, Mills Halstead & Zaloudek
Roody Laplante v. Woodside Village Condo Assoc Inc.
The plaintiff says he was not notified that the defendant had filed a spurious lien against his property at 8335 Fairmount Dr. in Denver, resulting in a judgment of $9,000.
Attorneys: Pro se
Douglas District Court
James Kessler Trust; Karen Wicker Trust v. Sterling Pointe Owners Association; Jonah Ben Wolfe;
The plaintiffs, which own 1840 Gore Drive in Larkspur, allege the defendants are trying to build a hilltop residence that violates codes and would ruin their mountain view. Attorneys: Miro Kovacevic, Karen H. Safran and W. Neal Hollington, Goodspeed Merrill
Shadow Canyon Condominiums Association v. Copeland Canyon Condominium Homeowners Association
The plaintiff says the defendant, its neighbor, refuses to reimburse the plaintiff for maintenance and repairs on their shared property.
Attorneys: Jonah G. Hunt, Joseph A. Bucceri and Marcus T. Wile, Orten Cavanagh Holmes & Hunt
Sarah Lokken v. My Colorado Dream LLC dba Century 21 Altitude Real Estate; Nichelle Phillips; Randy Viggiani
The plaintiff says she hired the defendant Phillips to sell 1544 Castle Creek Circle in Castle Rock but she instead rented it to the defendant Viggiani for an illegal hostel.
Attorneys: Benjamin M. Wilson and Reyna C. Gonzalez, Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti
Jefferson District Court
Granite State Insurance Company aso Sean Considine v. A&F Construction
The plaintiff accuses the defendant of doing $38,000 worth of damage to piping and drainage at 8653 Ward Rd. in Arvada while working at the site.
Attorneys: Geri O’Brien Williams and Sean J. O’Brien, Dworkin Chambers Williams York Benson & Evans P.C.
Linda Weygant v. Melody 91 102 Properties; Mark Coles
The plaintiff seeks partition of a unit at 5721 W. 92nd Ave. in Westminster, which she bought with the defendant, her ex-boyfriend, before they broke up.
Attorneys: Drew P. Fein and Scott W. Drusch, Brown Dunning Walker Fein Drusch P.C.
PCL Construction Service v. Pearson Air Construction
The plaintiff general contractor says it hired the defendant subcontractor to work on the Olde Town Residences, 7295 W. 56th Ave. in Arvada, for $3.6 million but the defendant refused to do any work, so the plaintiff had to pay a different company $6.8 million.
Attorneys: Tamir Goldstein and Chelsea C. Reinhard, Sherman & Howard
Jumbo Sports Bar and Grill v. Champion Liquor Store; Montegra Capital Resources; Jerry Ditullio, Public Trustee of Jefferson County; all unknown persons claiming an interest in the matter
The plaintiff says it bought 6111 W. Colfax Ave. in Lakewood from the defendant liquor store for $820,000 but the liquor store now refuses to provide an improvement land certificate, reneging on their contract and preventing the sale from closing.
Attorneys: Mark Fenton, Fenton Law Office
Hall-Irwin Corporation v. LCG2L Arvada Park Ridge; H.H. US Real Estate Arvada; TMC-NLG Arvada; CVS Pharmacy; Premier Members Credit Union; Arvada K&G; Chis Manning; Public Trustee For Jefferson County
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at the southeast corner of W. 86th Parkway and Indiana Street in Arvada due to $174,562 in unpaid construction work.
Attorneys: Steven T. Mulligan, Coan Payton & Payne
Dean Myerson v. New American Funding; Jamie Bellino
The plaintiff says that he and the defendant Bellino share 1265 N. Ford St. in Golden. He wants the property to be sold and its profits divided between them.
Attorneys: Joe Pickard, Jay Pickard, Kevin Massaro and Valerie Malara, Pickard Law
Creekside TIC v. At the Beach; Bronze Body dba Palm Beach Tan
Lease dispute. The plaintiff says it leased a suite at 7205 W. Colfax Ave. in Lakewood to the defendants, which abandoned the property in January.
Attorneys: K. Jamie Buechler and Michael C. Lamb, Buechler Law Office
Jaime Bellino v. Dean Myerson; Broker Solutions dba New American Funding
The plaintiff, who co-owns 1265 N. Ford St. in Golden with the defendant Myerson, asks the court to partition the property because they can no longer live together.
Attorneys: Joseph J. Lico, Robinson & Henry P.C.
Christopher Wilson v. Adeo; Daniel Razumovsky
The plaintiff says he paid the defendants $29,580 to build a deck at 15862 W. 70th Dr. in Arvada but the defendants didn’t finish the work or reimburse the plaintiff.
Attorneys: Matthew R. Gardner, Gardner Legal Services
Trending Group dba The Fud Trailer v. Colorado Fire and Safety; Tammy Hughes; William Hughes
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of doing shoddy sprinkler work on a trailer, leading to a flash fire, injuries, and a $2.7 million court judgment against the plaintiff.
Attorneys: Anthony A. Garcia, Anthony A. Garcia Law Firm
Image Builders II v. By the Rio; Lakeside Center
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 5821 W. 44th Ave. in Lakewood due to $148,589 in unpaid construction work.
Attorneys: Erick S. Arriola, Springer & Steinberg P.C.
Robbin Miller; Terrence Miller v. Juan Rizzi; Ognotz Home Design; Evergreen Flooring & Tile Company
The plaintiffs, who own 1857 Georgia Drive in Jefferson, say they paid $121,579 to the defendants for construction that was never completed.
Attorneys: Nicole K. Griffard and Joseph J. Lico, Robinson & Henry P.C.
U.S. District Court — Colorado
Michael Curran; Christa Curran; Kelly Colbert, individually and on behalf of others similarly situated v. Home Partners Holdings LLC; HPA US1 LLC; OPVHHJV LLC
In this class action lawsuit, the plaintiffs allege the defendants are corporate landlords that own 17,000 homes around the country and intentionally include unenforceable or misleading clauses in their leases to boost profits.
Attorneys: Anne T. Regan and Lindsey L. Larson, Hellmuth & Johnson; Susan E. Ellingstad and Joseph C. Bourne, Lockridge Grindal Nauen; Scott Harris and Michael Dunn, Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman
Rachael O’Meara v. Skyline Destinations LLC, a Wyoming limited liability corporation
The plaintiff says she loaned $200,000 to the defendant for purchase of the Powderhorn Mountain Resort in Mesa but the purchase fell through and she wasn’t repaid.
Attorneys: Julie J. Ehret