John Elway’s insurer sues a subcontractor over a fire in his home, a firm seeks $3.7 million for unpaid work in Rio de Janeiro, and a pot grower sues his landlord for not fixing the roof.
Higher property evaluations can be appealed but the repeal of the Gallagher Amendment “almost guarantees residential owners will pay higher taxes.”
Raymond Griffin started the eatery in 2010, and began franchising in 2014, but due to the pandemic said, “We don’t know when we’ll be selling franchises again.”
The company, which accused its lender and title company of breach of contract and fraudulent concealment, still plans to build the Mighty Argo Cable Car.
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.
A $2.4 million dispute over airport parking. An apartment complex seeks $157,000 paid for improvements never made. A condo owner sues over a noisy elevator.
Employees are increasingly turning to the courts claiming mistreatment because of their race, gender, age, disability or sexual orientation.
Let’s Go Aero filed for bankruptcy after a string of lawsuits but the founder said sales grew by 40 percent in 2020 and the company is profitable.
The owner of the lot at 25200 E. 68th Ave. said Sixt Rent a Car was paying about $60,000 a month before it bailed and is seeking $2.4 million in damages.
“The truth is that the debtor is a profitable company that will likely recover quickly from the pandemic,” argued a family who filed a wrongful death suit.