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Saunders v. Briner
Citation:221 A.3d 1 (Conn. 2019)
Roger Saunders, his son Sloan Saunders, and Clark Briner entered into a high yield commercial real estate lending business by setting up Revere Investments, LLC, and related entities Revere High Yield Debt Fund, L.P. and Revere High Yield, GP, LLC, to act as a servicer of the loans. The plaintiff sued the defendants. Briner became dissatisfied with the fact that he was not making as much profit as the plaintiff and his son. He secretly found outside investors and disguised their capital as inside capital, thus profiting at the high rate for inside capital even though the source of the funding was from outside investors. This had the effect of reducing the profitability of Revere Investments and the plaintiff’s interested in the company.
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