John Davis, CEO from 2017 to 2019, says the Austin-based brokerage franchisor has a “pyramid scheme-type playbook.”
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An illegal duplex near Sloan’s Lake, construction defects at a $3.7 million house, a botched $1.6 million demolition, and more.
Irving P. Andrews served on the legal team that brought Brown vs. the Board of Education before the Supreme Court.
Werge Law is carving out a niche in the coastal world of music litigation.
Shriners packed the courtroom. “I cheated them,” William Schwartz admitted. His attorney had asked for just probation.
A $1 million lien hits The Current in RiNo, a “catastrophic failure” damages a DTC office property, and more.
Jason Haubenreiser, 35, was disbarred for forging a document in small claims court.
A DTC landlord is accused of letting its building deteriorate, a tenant along Boulder’s Pearl Street is sued for $262,000 in back rent, and more.
An audio company in Carbondale is blamed for “a horrific wedding nightmare.”
A balcony collapse in Centennial, an unpaid $225,000 broker commission in Aurora, and more Marshall Fire lawsuits in Boulder County.