Earlier this month, Pastore successfully defended former hedge fund manager’s claims of unfair trade practices against investment vehicles established by heirs to a multi-billion dollar national retail company. Hon. Sheila Ozalis, presiding over the Stamford, CT Complex Litigation Docket, held that genuine issues of material fact exist as to whether defendants’ conduct was unfair and/or deceptive in a manner violating the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Statute. Accordingly, plaintiff’s claims, which related to the unfair attempt to deflect an investment commitment from one of world’s largest hedge funds to a potentially competing fund, will proceed to trial.
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