“We became concerned with the way Revolar is being managed, and there is no real plan to pay the creditors back,” Hirsch said. “We believe that bankruptcy is probably the best forum in order to give Revolar the chance to save the product and get its creditors paid at the same time.”
Landlord who sued spin studio fills space with another one
Epic Ryde will replace High Ride Cycle’s space in the Highlands, after the latter battled with landlord Ilan Salzberg over loud music.
General contractor says it’s owed money by developer whose planned Uptown apartments caught fire
The general contractor on an apartment construction site that caught fire, killing two, in Denver’s Uptown neighborhood in March said the developer owes the company about $100,000.
Aspen Skiing sues retailer over knockoff logo
Aspen Skiing Co. is suing the owner of several retail stores near its resorts, saying the shops have been peddling items bearing a knockoff of its logo.
Denver distributor, Montana beer label settle lawsuit
Tivoli Distributing Co., claiming breach of contract, sued Montucky Cold Snacks in late June.
Law firm cuts square footage almost one-third with move to new office tower; no more corner offices
Faegre BakerDaniels plans a more efficient layout when it takes a new space in spring 2019
Greenwood Village law firm acquired; half the attorneys make the jump
National firm Fox Rothschild purchases Rollin Braswell Fisher, will keep six of its lawyers – four as partners
Young attorney alleges verbal abuse in intra-firm lawsuit
She claims one colleague called an assistant “an idiot that doesn’t know how to figure things out on her own,” among more colorful exclamations.
Denver law firm adds smaller firm
A local criminal defense and civil litigation practice has fortified its ranks, as it brings in a firm that launched two years ago.
Employment law firm moves office from downtown
An Atlanta-based practice is leaving the Wells Fargo Center for a spot closer to its DTC clients.