A contractor is accused of stealing a tanker truck of water, a real estate firm claims commission is owed for a $2.5 million sale, and homeowners fight over tennis courts.
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The embattled real estate executive paid $6.6 million for it in 2020, shortly before he was sued by Amazon, and he feared a receiver might cancel the sale.
Judge Liam O’Grady, who is overseeing a lawsuit against the Denver real estate firm by Amazon, said his wife’s Amazon stock ownership didn’t disqualify him.
“It is wrong to prey on and cheat entrepreneurs who are working hard to make their dreams come true,” Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser said.
“We don’t have any visibility into the real operations and what kind of problems that they have in these places,” said Michael Kennedy, citing safety as a reason to close it.
Terrance Hunt, Shane Ozment and Chris Cowan, who left Newmark for CBRE, were told by a judge in July that they couldn’t work in Colorado for a year.
“It is concerning to have a disclosure like this on a case like this,” said an attorney for Northstar and its CEO Brian Watson.
A plaintiff says he is owed $16.8 million he loaned to a hemp oil company, several contractors claim they were not paid for work they did, and landlords sue for rent owed.
“We wouldn’t have bought downtown and we wouldn’t have bought in DTC,” said co-founder Brent Kline.