Movie Investor Hit With $190M Tortious Interference Suit

Law360, New York (July 26, 2011, 8:57 PM EDT) -- Cayman Islands-based Aramid Entertainment Fund Ltd. filed a $190 million suit Monday against movie industry investor David Bergstein and others in New York state court, accusing them of spreading lies about Aramid in an attempt to buy it on the cheap.

The suit, which was filed by Aramid and Screen Capital International Corp., accuses Bergstein and the so-called Gerova defendants, which include Gerova Financial Group Ltd., Wimbledon Financing Master Fund Ltd. and Stillwater Capital Partners Inc., of tortious interference with business relationships and prospective economic advantage....
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