The charges involve a shuttered startup and are unrelated to the millions of dollars he has been ordered to repay PPE vendors he stiffed during the pandemic.
Steve Bachar, a Denver lawyer and business man who ordered more than $4 million in PPE during the height of the pandemic and the stiffed his vendors, claimed he hadn’t filed business taxes in the last five years and has no income. But he projected his firm, Empowerment Capital, would bring in $100 million over the next year.
The plaintiff claims Denver-based Concord Energy Holdings fired him for seeking his full bonus after generating $143 million in profits.
Grand Junction-based Chronos Builders argues that the measure violates the state constitution’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
Former clients claim he spent money they are owed from contracts on Caribbean vacations, a furniture store owned by his wife, and a Country Club mansion.
“Centura never agreed to hire this organization and did not authorize it to use the hospital names in fundraising activity,” a spokesperson said.
Mile High Medical Cannabis filed a suit defending its lease against a competitor, claiming it conspired with the sublandlords it is already suing over a rent hike.
The Sturm College of Law’s first Vietnamese-American professor claims racist reviews are in the university’s network after they were supposed to be deleted.
Employees are increasingly turning to the courts claiming mistreatment because of their race, gender, age, disability or sexual orientation.
A Denver man has sued Kiewit, alleging its measures to protect employees from the virus were lax and that he was let go after he started working remotely.