“Our revenue in the law firm certainly took a huge drop … but at the same time, we had a plan in place on how to allocate time between both businesses,” said Mike Sandstrum.
It’s the second company to settle this month, following Mortenson.
Declaration Brewing sold its facility at 2030 S. Cherokee St. in 2018, then leased it back.
“Right now we are working on a plan to have an exam that would have social distancing,” said Jessica Yates, director of the Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel, which administers the bar exam.
The county’s response to COVID-19 made national news this month when Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton weighed in.
Denver-based Alterra also was sued this month.
The lawsuit against the developer of Solaris was filed back in August.
“In Denver in 2018, my constitutional rights were violated and employees at the DIA Westin participated,” Capt. Andrew Collins wrote to BusinessDen.
Northstar Commercial Partners’ COO, CFO and senior accountant have departed.
The Denver-based company’s resorts include Steamboat and Winter Park. The lawsuit seeks class-action status.