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Premier Capital, LLC v. Shaw, 189 Conn. App. 1, 206 A. 3d 237
The defendant raises on appeal the dispositive claim that
the trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction over the present case
as a result of the plaintiff LLC's lack of standing. Specifically, the
defendant contends that the evidence adduced at trial demonstrates that
Premier Capital, Inc., rather than the plaintiff LLC, acquired assets
purportedly including the 1991 judgment and that, absent a real interest
in the 1991 judgment, the plaintiff LLC lacked standing to seek
enforcement of the 1991 judgment. In response, the plaintiff LLC argues
that the listing of "Premier Capital, LLC," as the plaintiff is a
scrivener's error that has not prejudiced the defendant. We agree with
State v. Moore, 97 Conn.
App. 243, 249, 903 A.2d 669 (2006).
On appeal, the defendant
claims that there was insufficient evidence to support her conviction of
accessory to criminal impersonation...
America's Wholesale Lender v. Pagano,
87 Conn. App. 474, 477, 866 A.2d 698 (2005).
issue in this appeal is whether a corporation that brings an action
solely in its trade name, without the corporation itself being named as
a party, has standing so as to confer jurisdiction on the court. We
conclude that, because a trade name is not an entity with legal capacity
to sue, the corporation has no standing to litigate the merits of the