A lawsuit by David Schott claims he is the victim of sex-based employment discrimination, breach of contract and defamation.
A plaintiff alleges fraud and misrepresentation over a warehouse investment, another alleges legal malpractice in a loss of 15 acres, and several sue over leases.
Alleged victims of his Ponzi scheme include former NFL quarterbacks Matt Cassel and Carson Palmer, who each invested millions of dollars.
The developer, who sold his real estate holdings to the firm and became a tenant, has also filed lawsuits to extend leases for Sushi-Rama and Il Posto.
Former clients claim he spent money they are owed from contracts on Caribbean vacations, a furniture store owned by his wife, and a Country Club mansion.
Gary Cook, arguing that a three-story home 16 inches taller than city code allows would block his sunlight, asks a judge to overturn a Denver board’s approval.
A landlord seeks $30,000 from a tenant for flooding a property, a church is sued over an equipment lease, plus a bevy of actions over failure to pay rent.
The lawsuit argues a city ordinance prohibiting the university from owning and renting housing off its main campus to students is unconstitutional.
Evergreen Devco, which bought the ag land near a light rail station for $6.5 million, wants to build apartments, a senior housing facility, stores and restaurants.
“This is a modern-day David vs. Goliath case, and we’re packing a full Ball Hammock,” said Shinesty’s CEO of its fight over men’s underwear trademarks with Tommy John.