New Age Lifestyle Company Sues UFO Researcher for Defamation

August 16, 2018

Everyone gets their day in court. Even really strange folks and entities too. Well, it seems there’s a defamation lawsuit case in Boulder County District Court in which a famous UFO researcher has allegedly been saying humiliating and harmful things to the online community that could injure Gaia, Inc.’s professional…
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Denverites Wary of Funding for New Affordable Housing Plan

September 28, 2017

If you have been a Denver Metro area resident for more than five or ten years, you can attest to the fact that Denver’s housing situation has become a big issue. Well, it seems everyone and their dog wants to move to Denver from all corners of the nation, which…
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Feds Torn on Ruling Barring BLM from Regulating Fracking

September 28, 2017

Everyone knows there’s big money in black gold (oil) and companies’ eager to get at this natural resource don’t take too kindly to the roadblocks they hit along the way. In this particular case (State of Wyoming et al v. Jewell et al [No. 16-8068]), a federal judge in Wyoming…
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Bob Marley Family Wins $2.4M Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

September 28, 2017

The family of the late reggae superstar Bob Marley recently won $2.4 million in a trademark infringement lawsuit over the coffee brand carrying the family’s name. At issue, says parent company Jammin Java, is the fact that the family decided to nullify its contractual obligation with the coffee brewing company…
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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Inking Commercial Real Estate Deals

September 27, 2017

Acquiring real estate is a lot like dating, and then getting married. You get the opportunity to check the place out and see if you like it, then you seal the deal. But, just like getting married, many investors tend to find out about some skeletons in the closet that…
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City Hall Sued over ‘Surprise’ Grove Development Project in Historic Bemis Neighborhood

July 28, 2016

The Grove development project seems to be taking fire from every direction. First, the project developer threatened to file a $30 million lawsuit against the city for its attempts to halt the development plans. Now, nearby neighbors are up in arms over the scope of the project – and its potential impacts on their…
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Developer of Littleton Mixed-Use Project Threatens to Sue City for $30 Million

July 12, 2016

The Grove senior-living, mixed-use development project in downtown Littleton got pretty heated at a recent City Council meeting, and which council members considered putting an immediate halt to it. This city also faces a potential $30 million lawsuit from the project developer, Denver-based Zocalo Community Development, if the council decides…
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Homeowner Wins Easement Access Rights Across National Forest Land

June 20, 2016

Land easement cases can be real tricky, especially when they involve local, state or federal governments. This case is between a Colorado mountain homeowner and the U.S. Forest Service, and it concerns the agreement they arrived at in a road easement access conflict, so that the homeowner could cross federal…
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Zillow Settles Trade Secret Suit for $130 Million

April 24, 2016

Zillow is set to pay $130 million in one of the most contentious online real estate cases in history. Zillow has agreed to settle with Move, which operates Realtor.com for the National Association of Realtors (NAR), according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. As the settlement agreement explains: It…
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Multi-Million NFL Contract Dispute Nears Resolution

January 29, 2016

Von Miller of the Denver Broncos is embroiled in an intense contract dispute with the team, and he doesn’t appear to be blinking. The Super Bowl MVP’s last contract offer of $114.5 million over six years would make him the highest paid, non-quarterback player in the National Football League. So, you…
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