“This case is a shocking example of a pension administration riddled with incompetence, half-truths and untruths and gross negligence,” said the plaintiffs, who are seeking an injunction.
When WeWork signed lease after lease in Denver, landlords said the collateral would protect them if things went south. Now that thesis is being tested.
The Pop Culture Connection, which opened in 2019 at 1422 W. 104th Ave. and shut down last July, owes $125,000 to eight creditors.
Messner Reeves is most known for its work over the years for Chipotle and Messner even learned how to man the grill for the restaurant chain.
The Lone Tree man and business partner Grant Carter were indicted on 67 counts in 2019, including theft and violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act.
Landmark Financial claims the snack manufacturer owes it $900,000 from a loan and ResourceMFG seeks $17,671 for unpaid staffing services.
Patent attorney David St. John-Larkin succeeds Sonny Allison, who had served in the role since 2015.
The lease of Chipotle’s former space on the 24th floor brings the number of law firms in the 40-story tower to six.
Amazon has accused the Denver-based firm led by Brian Watson of paying kickbacks to Amazon staffers for data center development deals in Virginia.
The company, which was evicted for not paying rent, already has one location in Denver and is preparing to open a second at Colfax and Ogden.