The Denver-based firm said eXp “induced” multiple Re/Max franchisees to “abandon” their franchise before the end of the agreed-upon term.
A subcontractor sues a landlord for unpaid construction at a Pearl Street tavern, plus claims that businesses owed rent and failed to pay for equipment.
Brian Watson’s real estate firm has been battling the FBI and Amazon for 18 months. The millions belong to “innocent” investors, his lawyers say.
A lawsuit claims that a dispute over the Save A Lot’s loading ramp is really about its landlord’s desire to redevelop the site into apartments.
Plaintiffs claim a Denver zoning administrator didn’t have the authority to approve the encampment outside a church and ask a court to invalidate its permit.
Terrance Hunt, Shane Ozment and Chris Cowan were sued by Newmark in May when they joined CBRE for violating a non-compete agreement.
A satellite company is accused of owing $788,000 for leasing Newmont Mining’s space in Greenwood Village and buying its equipment but not paying for it.
After a hailstorm damaged a Denver Parks and Recreation building, AES Distributed Power was told to remove its generating facility but did not do so.
The defendants are the nonprofit that owns the building at 2260 California St., as well as nonprofit Denver Homeless Out Loud.
Three residents say they were not able to recover historic tiles from “The Hut,” a 118-year-old house at 1980 Albion St., before it was destroyed.