Purcell Associates, Inc. v. J. Martin Hennessey

Plaintiff's Motion for Reconsideration

QUESTIONS PRESENTED FOR REVIEW

• Whether the Appellate Court erred in affirming the trial court’s judgment in favor of the defendant J. Martin Hennessey (personally);

• Whether the Appellate Court erred in holding that the resolution of the appeal turned on the question of which entity entered into the contract with SunAmerica for the development of the subject projects;

• Whether the Appellate Court erred in holding that the determination in this case of whether the defendant J. Martin Hennessey’s failure to pay the plaintiff was unjust and whether the defendant was benefitted were essentially factual findings subject only to a limited scope of review on appeal;

• Whether the Appellate Court erred in holding that the plaintiff failed to offer sufficient evidence to prove that the individual defendant had alleged that he had incurred expenses individually as the result of a contract entered into by the corporate defendant; and

• Whether the Appellate Court erred in holding that the plaintiff could not prevail on its claim that the individual defendant’s prior pleadings were an admission that the corporation’s expenses and benefits were attributable to him individually.

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Published In: General Business Updates

Reference Info:State, 2nd Circuit, Connecticut | United States

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