Phil Anschutz’s lawsuit seeking $8 million tax refund dismissed at billionaire’s request, indicating case was likely settled1 min read
A Denver judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Phil and Nancy Anschutz seeking an $8 million tax refund at the billionaire couple’s request, indicating the case was likely settled with the state.
The Anschutzes filed a motion last week asking that the case, which was revived late last year by the Colorado Court of Appeals, be dismissed with prejudice — meaning that it can’t be refiled — and that both they and the Colorado Department of Revenue be required to cover their own attorneys’ fees. The motion didn’t elaborate on why the Anschutzes were dropping the legal action, filed in April 2021.
The state did not oppose the motion and the request was granted Monday by Denver District Court Judge J. Eric Elliff.
Lawyers for the couple didn’t…
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