Pastore & Dailey defeated a motion to dismiss, and a motion to stay filed by heirs to a large national retail fortune in connection with their alleged efforts to take over a Greenwich based alternative investment hedge fund. Pastore & Dailey also defeated a motion to stay the proceedings and a motion to dismiss certain particular claims. The case involves the purposeful deflection of a planned $1 Billion investment by a large UK fund into the Greenwich fund and related defamation.
Tags: Commercial Litigation, Securities
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