A slew of legal actions to recover money owed for leased equipment and failures to pay rent.
Grand Junction-based Chronos Builders argues that the measure violates the state constitution’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
The incident is the reason Ambli Global at Belleview Station has not reopened since the pandemic began, according to its owner.
The plaintiffs, who each invested $500,000 in order to get a green card, have appealed the ruling.
Here’s what happens when you Google the name of the Lone Tree man who admitted to securities fraud.
The Justice Department alleges they conspired with Surgical Care Affiliates and a second company out of San Francisco to deprive workers of mobility.
A mall seeks $555,000 from a burger joint for failing to take possession, make improvements or pay rent, and a school is sued for abandoning a building.
Pedestrian Shops claims customers can’t use its parking spaces because of My Brother’s Bar’s igloo-like enclosures and picnic tables.
A lawsuit by David Schott claims he is the victim of sex-based employment discrimination, breach of contract and defamation.
A plaintiff alleges fraud and misrepresentation over a warehouse investment, another alleges legal malpractice in a loss of 15 acres, and several sue over leases.