Attorneys in a class-action lawsuit against Jay Peak owner Ariel Quiros are seeking electronic records from his former son-in-law who managed accounts at the brokerage firm Quiros allegedly used to defraud investors.
“After months of ineffective and intermittent back and forth, Plaintiffs still lack basic information necessary to move discovery along in this case,” Thomas Tucker Ronzetti, the attorney for the investors in the class-action lawsuit, wrote in a recent motion.
He later added, “Plaintiffs have been patient and reasonable with Joel Burstein, but to no avail.”
The class-action case, led by Brazilian investor Alexander Daccache, asks a judge to “compel” attorneys for Burstein to conduct electronic searches for terms related to the case for his personal devices, such as iPads and iPhones, as well as any cloud storage system he may have used.
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