“I believe that Aaron was a convenient scapegoat and high-enough profile to accomplish what the city wanted to accomplish,” an attorney for Aaron Elinoff said.
The firm said in a filing last week that it owes at least $698,000 and has assets totaling less than $50,000.
Joshua Richards, formerly director of debt and equity for Northstar Commercial Partners, sued the company in late November.
The quasi-governmental organization, established in 1958, works to spur redevelopment of blighted areas.
The lawsuit against Denver-based Punching Mule was filed by a former father-in-law of one of the founders.
Fisher Phillips opened its Denver office in 2008 and has been at 1801 California St. since 2013.
Air Methods faces a civil penalty of up to $27,500 per flight, which adds up to $1.4 million.
Both parties are in unison about the fact that only one will be Unison.
Among other things, Tysdal defrauded investors in a company formed to make loans to assets by diverting their funds to invest in a portfolio of startups, all of which failed, the SEC said.
They join 13 who sued Peter Knobel and the Colorado Regional Center last month.