Pastore has been retained by the author of the leading text used at Harvard in the “Starting a Private Investment Firm” course to pursue business torts committed by his former AI Venture Capital Fund General Partner and its affiliated individuals. The defendants, spanning Colorado and Texas, are alleged to have purposefully manipulated the client to build the AI fund, and then cut him out of the carry and returns. The case is pending in the District of Connecticut.
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