Interstate Kitchen & Bar closed May 19, a move owner Aaron Lobato previously said was due to “costs of labor going up with the minimum wage increase.”
The Colorado Springs-based organization that oversees the sport in the U.S. is being sued by an entity whose bid to operate the league wasn’t selected.
The case, first reported by BusinessDen, resulted in Vic Ahmed’s resignation as CEO of Innovation Pavilion and its dissolution.
“This is a very unusual situation,” an attorney representing the Western Stock Show Association told BusinessDen.
Acaria Inc. is alleging trademark infringement and unfair competition.
“It defies credulity that a project of this magnitude would generate less than 1,300 documents responsive to the CORA request,” the company said in last week’s lawsuit.
About 19,300 people attended the match between New Zealand and England at Mile High Stadium last June, according to an Australian news outlet.
When Hotmail lands you in hot water: The Oklahoma-based bank says the use of customer email accounts by Kelly Condon amounts to theft of trade secrets.
L. James CPA Inc. took out loans totaling $725,000 in November 2017, but has missed payments, according to a lawsuit.
Two separate lenders to Dragul have initiated the foreclosure process in recent months, according to county records.