The Colorado Court of Appeals sided with a landlord in Highlands Ranch over its former fitness center tenant.
United Airlines sues the state, warns of DIA delays due to paid leave law
The company, which employs 9,000 Coloradans and moves 500 flights out of the airport daily, says it’s exempt from a recent state law.
The Docket: Real estate lawsuit roundup for 1.19.23
An increasing number of disputes with contractors and lawsuits over unpaid rent.
Two plead guilty to trying to bribe airport exec in Aspen
Samir Mashni and Dean Hachem have also been accused in a lawsuit of bribing a DIA executive. They were informants in a third bribery case.
Jury finds Highlands Ranch doctor stole $242K in pandemic aid
Francis Joseph, 57, reportedly spent the taxpayer money on a Wyoming vacation and home improvements.
Homebuilder accused of bilking investors to liquidate
RedCorp has been hit with multiple lawsuits in recent months, with some regarding a $3M home in Hilltop.
TABOR author loses latest legal fight over blighted Denver lots
Douglas Bruce has been battling the city for years over two vacant properties he once owned.
Denver attorney suspended, accused of urging clients to infect a rival with COVID
“It’s a shame I ran out of the resources to defend a lot of the allegations,” Devon M. Barclay told a reporter.
South Broadway dispensary sues landlord over right to buy property
Colorado Harvest Co. at 1568 S. Broadway was one of the city’s first recreational dispensaries.
Lawyering by text: Accident firm’s new service offers reduced fee for simple cases
An online program frees up attorneys and gives clients a larger slice of settlements, Chalat Hatten & Banker says.