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.
“Centura never agreed to hire this organization and did not authorize it to use the hospital names in fundraising activity,” a spokesperson said.
Mile High Medical Cannabis filed a suit defending its lease against a competitor, claiming it conspired with the sublandlords it is already suing over a rent hike.
The usual lease defaults, plus a fight for $3 million over interests in a 53-acre property and a tussle with a flight school over planes.
Terrance Hunt, Shane Ozment and Chris Cowan were sued in New York. Then they countersued in Denver.
“We welcome fair competition within the industry, but this type of behavior is not that,” Re/Max CEO Adam Contos said.
The camp has the necessary approvals to open June 1, according to a city attorney, and the nonprofit that will run it expects to open as planned.
An architect claims it didn’t get paid for designing a Denver hotel, and a home builder sues a fire protection district for refusing to serve its subdivision.
John Elway’s insurer sues a subcontractor over a fire in his home, a firm seeks $3.7 million for unpaid work in Rio de Janeiro, and a pot grower sues his landlord for not fixing the roof.