Denver law firm Don, Galleher & Associates represented John Dorsey for years and said his lawsuit against the firm “has absolutely no merits.”
Edens purchased the building from developer Ken Wolf and associates last April for $11.5 million.
A Denver attorney is being sued by a former client, a Colorado Springs HOA.
Benenson, 50, will assume the role July 1, replacing Adam Agron, managing partner since 2013.
On Jan. 1, grocery and convenience stores in the state started selling full-strength beer, which had previously been only available in liquor stores.
The gym at 6815 W. 88th Ave. closed in early December, according to a Tru Fit executive. The chain has one remaining location in Westminster.
The landlord said Classic Barbell ceased paying its rent in full in October and wants a court to award it possession of the premises.
The lawsuit indicates Krakauer signed an agreement with the playwrights in 2013, but since has soured on the musical, which has been performed only in Michigan.
A local Re/Max agent was sued last week. In another case, the attorney representing homeowners in a lawsuit filed in September said the defendants, which include the city, have been served.
Salt Lending Holdings was sued last week by a former employee, who claims he is owed $12 million in digital currency while alleging a slew of questionable practices by the company.