Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie’s Denver office, which has 53 attorneys, will have a much smaller footprint.
The Denver-based company, which at one point had 20 locations and more than $100 million in annual revenue, owes landlords millions.
The strip club’s owners are now focused on getting “the club back to a position where it can operate successfully,” an attorney said.
“Good River beers will remain on the shelf,” Sleeping Giant Brewing founder Matthew Osterman said.
The Dimond Family Residential Village broke ground in early 2019 and is named after Stonebridge Cos. CEO Navin Dimond.
“Brian Watson has been feeling like he’s been a target in the Amazon case for certain people who have jumped to conclusions about what happened,” said Watson’s attorney. “He felt it was important to strike back.”
Amazon has accused Northstar of “significant fraud and kickback scheme.” Innovation Pavilion ceased operations after its founder was accused of sexual assault.
Three employees of Beaver Creek Resort have sued Vail Resorts, alleging the Broomfield-based company “systematically fails to pay its hourly employees for all hours worked.” The lawsuit — which seeks class-action status — names as examples of unpaid time the time that employees spend traveling on company buses to and from employee parking lots, and… Read more »
Denver-based RMS Cranes alleges the men set up side businesses and then marked up rates charged by subcontractors.
“We were balancing a very fine precipice — trying to grow a business that’s product-based in the outdoor space while paying attorneys to pursue recovery of some of our key assets,” said the company’s founder.