MARSHALL FIRE – Why Didn’t Homeowners Have Enough Insurance? Watchdogs Blame Industry Software

By Noelle Phillips at the Denver Post

In 2021, a Louisville couple bought $419,000 worth of insurance coverage for their home, based on their agent’s recommendation. Now, that policy payout is only providing about half of what they need to rebuild the house they lost in the Marshall fire.

In a lawsuit filed this summer, the couple blamed their agent, their insurer and the company that built the software their agent used to tell them how much coverage they needed […]

Workplace discrimination lawsuits skyrocket in Colorado – BusinessDen

By Amanda Pampuro, BusinessDen

Colorado workers who believe they have been mistreated at work because of their identity are increasingly turning to the courts to adjudicate. And the plaintiffs are equal opportunity litigants.

In 2020, workplace discrimination claims made up a third of employment disputes in Colorado — 217 out of […]

Himalayas II in legal fray with Diagonal Plaza owner in Boulder – Daily Camera

By Alicia Wallace, Daily Camera

It’s practically business-as-usual at the Diagonal Plaza in Boulder, but Himalayas II is in a holding pattern.

Nearly six months after a busted fire line flooded the indoor mall at 2850 Iris Ave., the longtime local Indian eatery remains shuttered. The restaurant’s operators and Diagonal Plaza’s […]

Boulder’s Taylor Moving companies battle over business identity – Daily Camera

By Heath Urie, Daily Camera

The owner of Boulder’s Taylor Moving and Storage is preparing to file a federal lawsuit against a competitor who he says intentionally copied his business — including the name, slogan and truck color — in retaliation for refusing to sell him his moving company.

Glen Taylor […]