ETHDenver, which kicks off Feb. 23, is suing and being sued over last year’s show.
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“This settlement shows that Aiello PR knows it was in the wrong,” Novitas says.
“These actions by Signia had potential life-threatening implications,” a judge wrote.
Developer Daniel Nichols and attorney Chris Boling launched The Herd in conjunction with Denver Zoo last year.
A mid-April hearing hinted at Chuck McDaniel’s planned defense.
National Cinemedia says COVID and streaming have slashed revenues, but it’s rebounding.
A lengthy and litigious saga has played out at I-25 and U.S. 36 since 2016.
A court battle between Novitas Communications and Aiello PR involves a giant homebuilder, Black Lives Matter and getting fired by a Chevy dealer.
Thanks to our readers who joined us at the redevelopment project being undertaken by Nichols Partnership.
Inspirato will pay $250,000 each for the men’s and women’s tournaments. The champions will take home $100,000, double last year’s prize for the women’s open winner.