The small police department “assumed the role of security” for the strip club, John Liprando’s attorney argues. The trial is 11 weeks away.
The 51-year-old securities fraudster was sentenced June 30 to six years in prison. He will be eligible for parole in half that time.
He said it’s “a stretch” to call the restaurant critical infrastructure but some information such as camera locations could help a shooter.
It “completely reshapes the non-compete landscape” said a Denver attorney, one of three experts that spoke to BusinessDen.
The buyer is a Denver homebuilder that plans to scrape the ’70s-era structure and construct two duplexes on the large lot.
The building off I-70 has been a restaurant for 75 years. But its latest version has devolved into lawsuits and a blame game.
Shorenstein’s lawsuit in Denver District Court alleges Saunders used the wrong materials when it built The Grand’s water systems, leading to 33 leaks and “large-scale floods.”
A husband and wife who fled flames in the middle of the night claim that fencing was not adequate to keep out vagrants who lit the blaze.
Colorado World Resorts and its owners have a recent history of stalled projects, including a planned condo complex in Avon.
The manufacturer is suing, and being sued by, its founder — who it described as a spy inside his own company.