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Business Litigation Archives

Trademark dispute between brewing companies leads to name change

Strange Brewing Co. of Denver has deciding to change its name to Strange Craft Beer Co. due to a dispute it has had with an out-of-state company. The out-of-state company named Strange Brew Beer and Winemaking had demanded that Strange Brewing change its name in September 2012.

Shareholder dispute continues concerning corporate governance

Affinity Gaming, a corporation that operates casinos in Colorado among other states, has become entangled in a dispute involving its two largest shareholders. The dispute concerns control over the company and the reconstituting of Affinity's board.

Estee Lauder prevails in anti-trust matter

Duty Free America's anti-trust allegations directed at Estée Lauder have been dismissed by a federal judge.  DFA is a travel retailer who had a prior business relationship with Estée Lauder until 2008.  At that point Estée Lauder was said to have raised its prices and then declined an opportunity for DFA to negotiate a new business agreement.

Securities lawsuits being addressed by U.S. Supreme Court

Depending on a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, class-action securities lawsuits may be more difficult to bring. For the past 25 years class actions have been allowed based on the presumption that share prices can be affected by corporate acts. This presumption is now being challenged by Halliburton Co.

Stadium operators face lawsuit over construction fees

Denver Broncos fans may have heard of a recent dispute regarding the venue for final game of the NFL post season. During the week of Super Bowl XLVIII, the company that handled the installation of turf for the big game's 2014 stadium has sued UBU Sports, an entity that includes New Meadowlands Stadium Co. LLC and Dalton, Georgia-based Turf Industry Inc., for allegedly not paying the full amount due in the contract. UBU Sports is now face an impending lawsuit regarding the contract disputes.

Colorado realtor files counter suit against Fannie Mae

A real estate broker in Denver has filed a counter claim in response to a lawsuit against her, which was levied by Fannie Mae. According to reports, a contract with the broker, who received assignments from the federally-sponsored company, was terminated, and the company filed the lawsuit to affirm that the termination was lawful. In her response and counter claim, the broker asserts that the termination of her contract occurred as a result of her attempt to notify Fannie Mae of a number of alleged ethics issues.

RTD sued by Denver International Airport for $53 million

The Denver International Airport has sued the Regional Transportation District for $53 million following a contract dispute. Although both entities have been working together on the South Terminal Redevelopment Program, there is a disagreement about who should pay for it. According to information revealed from the recent lawsuit, the disagreement was first brought to a mediator in May of 2012.

Settlement in Martha Stewart Living dispute

Colorado consumers may have heard that Macy's has announced a settlement to its lawsuit against Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. The companies said that the accord in the contract dispute would not materially affect their businesses, and that they looked forward to a continuation of their successful partnership. However, Macy's said that its related lawsuit against J.C. Penney was not affected by this settlement and would move forward.

Colorado business accused of $31 million fraud

A Colorado Springs investment group is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission for possibly defrauding investors out of more than $31 million. The 59-year-old CEO faces accusations of falsely representing his company and promising nearly a five-fold return on investments. The SEC claims that he took the money from investors and spent it on himself for high-dollar items. Several other codefendants, all from out of state, are also named in the business litigation lawsuit.

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