The motion asserted that Tuckerbrook had taken steps to serve process under the Hague Service Convention, though the motion does not spell out the action Tuckerbrook took. Presumably, Tuckerbrook sent a letter of request to the Indian Central Authority, which had not yet been executed.
After Banerjee complained that he still had not been served, the judge clarified his earlier order and ordered Tuckerbrook to serve another copy of the complaint but not the summons to Banerjee. This order seems to presume that Banerjee had already been served, as otherwise service of the summons would also be necessary, but if Banerjee had already been served, then why was another copy of the complaint required? Moreover, India has objected to service of judicial documents via the postal channel, and Banerjee refused delivery of the package.
What a mess! In any event, after further proceedings, the court entered a default judgment, and Banerjee moved to vacate it and, strangely and for his service of process claims fatally, also moved to dismiss. The motion to dismiss asserted several affirmative defenses, but it did not assert the defense of insufficient service of process.
The judge vacated the default judgment, but he indicated that Banerjee would not be permitted to contest service of process any further. This is entirely correct as a matter of federal civil procedure. In short, Tuckerbrook was lucky. Had Banerjee not omitted the defense from his motion, I think the defense of insufficient service of process would have held a lot of water.
Tagged: Hague Service Convention , India. While he is a person of substantial influence to the decision making process that the Alkek parties undertake he does not have an ownership interest in either of the Alkek parties.
Seaman is a defendant but not a counterclaim plaintiff. It was established as an investment " fund of funds" in or about November As a fund of funds GSS would not invest directly in particular companies but rather would place its investment dollars with various investment funds. The fund managers of these various underlying funds would make specific investments.
GSS's underlying investment strategy was to invest in funds which concentrated in the area of distressed investments. It is the general partner of GSS. Banerjee is not a party to this action. Tuckerbrook had offices in Connecticut from approximately or until it closed its Connecticut offices in Tuckerbrook's limited partners are some of its employees. Tuckerbrook, LLC is not a party to this action.
The counterclaim defendant John J. At all times Tuckerbrook had offices in Massachusetts, though during some of the operative time periods, it also had offices in Connecticut. Hassett himself is a person of significant sophistication and accomplishment. Hassett is a resident of Massachusetts. In the late s and early s Hassett was involved in the development and installation of the electronic toll systems. He sold his interests in those companies for substantial amounts.
In the late s he became involved in certain teleconferencing services; he brought his company public and eventually was bought out of that company, again for a substantial amount of money. Hassett is not a plaintiff in this action but has been cited in as a counterclaim defendant.
Prior to the Alkek parties made investments in an investment vehicle referred to in this litigation as " the common fund. Both Banerjee and Tuckerbrook were managing members. GDF was formed to concentrate on investment area known as " distressed investments.
Because of their previously favorable experience with Banerjee, Seaman set up a meeting between Banerjee and the investment committee of the Alkek Foundation so that Banerjee could make his pitch. Because of their prior experience with Banerjee, the Alkek parties decided to make an investment in. Because the Alkek parties were early and substantial investors in GDF they were provided with certain financial incentives that other limited partners in GDF did not have.
For example the Alkek parties negotiated a reduced management fee for their investment as compared to that provided to the other limited partners and further were provided with a payment to the Alkek parties from Tuckerbrook equal to twenty percent of Tuckerbrook's management fees. The GDF limited partnership agreement authorized the general partner to enter into a management agreement with Tuckerbrook whereby Tuckerbrook would assume responsibility with respect to certain management functions on behalf of GDF in return for a management fee.
Thus Tuckerbrook would earn its fees by managing the investments and being compensated at an agreed upon rate for those management services. Tuckerbrook also could earn certain incentive and performance fees provided the performance of the investments met certain thresholds. One of the characteristics of the GDF investment program was that the investments were not particularly liquid.
The GDF limited partnership agreement provided that the general partner of GDF could be replaced by a vote of those holding more than seventy-five percent interest of GDF. GDF eventually had approximately forty limited partners. The Alkek parties, collectively, were one of the largest investors in GDF.
The GSS limited partnership agreement LPA provided for different classes of limited partners and certain of those classes had the ability, pursuant to section 5. The Bush Foundation. All investments were made between November and December Accordingly GSS had Because Tuckerbrook was already receiving a management fee for managing the GDF investments, Tuckerbrook agreed that in calculating its one percent annual management fee charged to GSS that it would not include the GDF investments to prevent " double dipping.
Before long significant disagreements arose between Tuckerbrook and Banerjee. On March 25, Hassett sent a letter to the Alkek Foundation informing it of its decision to terminate its employment relationship with Banerjee with the resulting termination of his position as portfolio manager. The letter expressly indicated that Banerjee would continue to be a managing member of the general partner entities for each of the funds. The letter indicated that one Turner Smith, another Tuckerbrook employee would assume Banerjee's portfolio management duties with respect to the funds.
Such continuation would require an affirmative vote of a majority of the limited partners of GDF. The letter indicated that in the absence of that affirmative vote GDF would withdraw its investment from GSS leaving GSS with insufficient assets to continue and that, in the absence of such consent, GSS would probably be liquidated.
During this time period Seaman had multiple phone calls and communications with Banerjee, but did not take phone calls from Hassett. During the following weeks Tuckerbrook in its capacity as a managing member of GSSGP would take certain actions such as making capital calls to the limited partners without the consent of Banerjee; in response Banerjee would send notices contradicting the requests or action indicated by Tuckerbrook and asserting the fact that, since neither had a majority interest in GSSGP, unless the two acted together neither could act unilaterally.
As a result limited partners would receive contradictory communications from Tuckerbrook and Banerjee. Because GSS was developed as a fund of funds, upon receipt of their investment dollars from the limited partners GSS would invest those dollars in underlying hedge funds and by December it had placed virtually all of its invested capital with underlying hedge funds.
The underlying hedge fund managers would also receive contradictory messages from Tuckerbrook and Banerjee. On March 28, Seaman sent an email to both Banerjee and Hassett expressing the concern of numerous limited partners of both GSS and GDF that the preference of those limited partners was that Banerjee and Hassett work out their differences.
The email indicated that if they could not resolve the issues the limited partners would be forced to protect their interests. On April 5, , Hassett sent an email to the limited partners asserting that Seaman had taken a biased and unfair position with regard to the dispute between Tuckerbrook and Banerjee. In that email Hassett told the investors that he " would not seek to have the fund pay for any fees arising from our legal disputes with [Banerjee]"; he did assert, however, that he would avail himself of every indemnification and opportunity for the funds to reimburse Tuckerbrook for their legal expenses as it related to dealing with limited partners and limited partners counsel.
On April 11, Tuckerbrook brought suit against Banerjee, in Massachusetts state court alleging, inter alia , that he had breached his employment contract with Tuckerbrook in a variety of ways. Interestingly, the complaint in this initial Banerjee litigation included counts against an unnamed and unserved " John Doe" who allegedly induced Banerjee to violate his agreement.
Banerjee's lack of involvement in the activities of the general partner, the limited partner is exercising its right to withdraw from the partnership pursuant to section 5. By April 30, the three other limited partners had issued similar withdrawal notices. On September 23, Banerjee and Tuckerbrook entered into an on the record settlement agreement in Massachusetts state court pursuant to which in exchange for a release of certain funds held in escrow to Banerjee, as well as recognition of his entitlement to certain compensation, that Banerjee would assign all of his right title and interest in GSSGP to Tuckerbrook.
The stipulation also included certain confidentiality provisions as well as certain noncompete provisions. Since pursuant to the LPA the management of the limited partnership was controlled by the general partner, Tuckerbrook by virtue of its new position of sole member and sole manager of GSSGP gained complete control of the management of GSS and its assets.
Seaman also told Smith that the Alkek parties were not interested in keeping their investment in GSS. This, of course, was consistent with their previously issued 5. Smith, in response said that he would check with the underlying fund managers in an effort to effectuate either a cash or in-kind distribution to the limited partners. During this time period, several limited partners of GDF acting as a steering committee for a larger group of limited partners, with the assistance of council, conducted a vote pursuant to the GDF limited partnership agreement resulting in more than seventy-five percent of the interests of the fund voting to remove GDFGP as general partner of the fund.
On July 9, counsel for the steering committee sent notice to GDFGP that it had been replaced as general partner effective immediately. On August 1, counsel for the new general partner of GDF sent a letter to Tuckerbrook advising Tuckerbrook that the new general partner was terminating whatever relationship existed between GDF and Tuckerbrook. The Alkek parties were among the members of the steering committee of the GDF limited partners.
Neither GSSGP nor Tuckerbrook indicated that the withdrawal request were ineffective; nor were the withdrawal requests honored. All of this was occurring at a time when great fluctuations and disruptions were being experienced in the global equity markets and the underlying fund managers were having difficulty apart from any disagreements between the present parties in liquidating their funds and distributing cash back to investors.
Tuckerbrook made several efforts to keep the Alkek parties interested in GSS including efforts to bring in a new portfolio manager but the Alkek parties acting through Seaman remained steadfast in insisting upon return of their investment.
Shortly thereafter GSSGP sent a letter communicating that it had paid to Tuckerbrook " a flat up-front fee of one hundred basis points [one percent] of estimated year end net asset value of GSS to perform this service over the full term of the liquidation. The original Texas complaint sounded in three counts: a first count alleging breach of contract for failing to return the plaintiff's capital accounts in accordance with their 5.
In their prayers for relief the plaintiffs sought recovery of their capital accounts, recovery of any improperly charged management fees after May 31, the alleged effective date of their withdrawal and attorneys fees and costs. In August the Alkek parties filed an amended complaint in the Texas litigation alleging that Tuckerbrook unilaterally declared GSS to be in dissolution in January , appointed itself agent to liquidate GSS and began paying itself a liquidation fee.
The Alkek parties further alleged that Tuckerbrook's delay in honoring their withdrawal request pursuant to 5. Because of Tuckerbrook's delay, occasioned by its desire to feather its own nest, the value of some of the underlying investments has declined, some of the underlying fund managers have refused to honor redemption requests. In August in response to a request for production by the defendants therein, the Alkek parties produce approximately fifteen pages of hand written notes made by Seaman.
Hassett testified that when he saw these notes he concluded that Seaman and Banerjee had conspired all along, and that the Alkek parties working through Seaman had all along engaged in an effort to take over the GSS and GDF funds and push Tuckerbrook out.
Hassett testified that his conclusion caused him to change his position on whether or not GSS ought to reimburse Tuckerbrook for the cost of the Banerjee litigation and further caused him to consider additional losses and costs that Tuckerbrook would be entitled to be reimbursed and compensated for out of the GSS fund as a result of what he perceived to be wrongful conduct on the part Seaman and the Alkek parties.
The court admitted the notes as a full exhibit over the objection of counterclaim plaintiffs' counsel. However the notes are of limited value. First they are undated. Second they reflect conversations with multiple parties over a period of time. While the notes may be interpreted to reflect strategies and negotiating approaches to resolve this situation it is unclear as to whether they are Seaman's thoughts or the thoughts of people he was talking to.
Fourth, the notes themselves are vague and amount to certain words and phrases which may or may not constitute complete thoughts. Fifth, Seaman also testified credibly that he did not act on those notes in the key respects that Hassett testified that he believed Seaman acted. For example he testified that he never once went to the press to malign Tuckerbrook.
He also testified that he never once complained about Tuckerbrook to the Massachusetts regulatory authorities.
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On the basis of this return, Tuckerbrook requested entry of a default and then a default judgment. The clerk entered the default, but Banerjee the defendant, not his father then filed a motion to vacate the default, asserting that he had not been served with the summons and complaint. Judge Young granted the motion to vacate. The motion asserted that Tuckerbrook had taken steps to serve process under the Hague Service Convention, though the motion does not spell out the action Tuckerbrook took.
Presumably, Tuckerbrook sent a letter of request to the Indian Central Authority, which had not yet been executed. After Banerjee complained that he still had not been served, the judge clarified his earlier order and ordered Tuckerbrook to serve another copy of the complaint but not the summons to Banerjee. This order seems to presume that Banerjee had already been served, as otherwise service of the summons would also be necessary, but if Banerjee had already been served, then why was another copy of the complaint required?
Moreover, India has objected to service of judicial documents via the postal channel, and Banerjee refused delivery of the package. What a mess! In any event, after further proceedings, the court entered a default judgment, and Banerjee moved to vacate it and, strangely and for his service of process claims fatally, also moved to dismiss.
The motion to dismiss asserted several affirmative defenses, but it did not assert the defense of insufficient service of process. The judge vacated the default judgment, but he indicated that Banerjee would not be permitted to contest service of process any further.
Each PE firm would have more than one fund. The life of a PE fund can be as long as ten years. Generally, in those ten years, different types of investments are done by Private equity funds. So basically, the structure of a PE firm looks like this. The external investors in PE funds are known as limited partners LP.
It is so as their total liability is limited to the extent of capital invested. Not everyone can invest in a PE Firm. Private vs. Does that mean that commoners cannot invest in funds at all? Well, things have started to change now. Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Teacher Retirement System of Texas, Washington state investment board, and Virginia Retirement Board are few examples of large investors limited partners worldwide who have invested in Private equity funds. So LP would commit capital to a private equity firm and demands a return for it.
Private equity has performed far better than the public markets in the past. It was the longest period for which data is available currently, while the Russell Index returned 9. The management is carried out by the General Partner. If a fund is created, then obliviously, you need a person to manage it. It is done by a General Partner GP. All the decisions for the PE fund are made by GP. The General Partner is paid either by way of a management fee, or it can be by way of compensation. This percentage is fixed and not flexible.
These fees are utilized for admin purposes and cover expenses such as salaries, deal fees paid to investment banks, consultants, travel exp, etc. Apart from their salaries, General Partner also earns carried interest or carry. The other name used for carried interest is performance fee. Carried interest or performance fee is a fee charged based on the total amount of profits that have been earned by the fund. Thus, Performance fee also refers to the General Partner being carried by investors because they receive a share in profits, which is unequal to the capital commitment to the fund.
The GP, after receiving funds, would invest all of the capital in acquiring companies. GP thus made a 5x return in this fund. When carried interest is in the form of equity, then interest in a fund would be paid to GP as shares. Carry shares mostly have a multi-year vesting period that tracks investments made. Equity carry is divided between the senior executives working at the private equity firm. There are many flavors of carried interest, so making an exact comparison of two different carry packages is often difficult.
Performance fees motivate private equity firms to generate higher returns. At this point, the first default was entered and subsequently removed when it was discovered that Banerjee had not been properly served. Tuckerbrook then made representations to the Court that service had been effectuated, and upon these representations, the Court deemed service of process effectuated.
Following this ruling, the Court made an entry clarifying that it had obtained personal jurisdiction over Banerjee and further required Tuckerbrook once again to effect service of process upon the defendant. Tuckerbrook attempted to serve Banerjee again, by order of the Court, on April 30, , through a courier service, Mercury.
The affidavit of service supplied by Tuckerbrook in this instance was a letter from Mercury explaining that Banerjee had refused service shipped by DHL. The letter, signed by customer service, is not a proper return of service affidavit because it is not the correct form and it is not signed by the actual service provider. Thus, this evidence amounts only to hearsay; it did not provide the proper basis for the Court to acquire personal jurisdiction.
Accordingly, because Tuckerbrook did not properly serve Banerjee under the Hague Service Convention in its second attempt,  service was again improper, and like the first time, it appears that for this reason the second judgment of default should also be void.
Although unclear in the prior proceedings, there is no doubt going forward that the Court had, and continues to have, personal jurisdiction, for Banerjee has been too clever by half. After the Court had removed the first default ruling and in lieu of answering the complaint, but before the second default was entered, Banerjee brought his own lawsuit against Tuckerbrook in this district on May 24, See Banerjee v.
Hasset, Docket No. By filing this separate lawsuit in this district court arising out of the same nucleus of operative fact, Banerjee has submitted himself to the jurisdiction of the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts, thus waiving any objection to personal jurisdiction. Interpole, Inc. Ferrostaal Metals Corp. Ohio holding that a defendant's subsequent filing of an independent suit in the same forum predicated on the same nucleus of operative fact is sufficient for the court's exercise of personal jurisdiction in the original action.
Unlike subject matter jurisdiction, lack of personal jurisdiction is a defense of privilege. SS Galicia, F. Specifically, a defendant impliedly may manifest consent to a court's personal jurisdiction through conduct. Interpole, F. The Interpole court provides a detailed analysis of the possible distinctions between "consent" and "waiver" in terms of submission to a court's jurisdiction, but ultimately holds that such distinctions are "artificial and unnecessary".
In Interpole, a defendant, Trastco, initiated an independent suit against the plaintiff in the original suit in the same federal district court in connection with the same overall transaction. In the present case, Banerjee similarly has indicated purposeful availment of the forum by initiating an independent lawsuit against Tuckerbrook in this district court. After the initial default judgment against Banerjee was vacated on March 9, , he still did not respond to the complaint.
Tuckerbrook filed a second motion for entry of default against Banerjee on May 27, In the meantime, on May 24, , Banerjee filed a separate lawsuit against Tuckerbrook styled Banerjee v. In this lawsuit, for breach of contract, Banerjee alleges that Tuckerbrook breached the settlement agreement by violating the confidentiality and non-disparagement clauses. The claims rest on the same nucleus of operative fact as the present suit, including prior business dealings between the two parties, the settlement agreement resulting from Tuckerbrook v.
Although Banerjee voluntarily dismissed his lawsuit on September 20, the Court observes that simply by initiating the independent lawsuit, Banerjee availed himself of the benefits of this district court and therefore surrendered any jurisdictional objections.
See Marron v. Whitney Group, F. As the Interpole court noted, it would create an "unjust asymmetry" to allow Banerjee to enjoy the full benefits of the court qua plaintiff, while retaining immunity from the court's authority qua defendant regarding claims asserted by the very party he is suing. Thus, the Court had acquired personal jurisdiction before the second entry of default. Accordingly, the second entry of default against Banerjee is not void, despite Tuckerbrook's improper service.
It is, therefore, left to the Court's discretion whether to vacate the default judgment a second time. Tuckerbrook argues that a Rule 60 b motion must be granted sparingly and only under extraordinary circumstances. Tuckerbrook's Opp. Vacate Default J. Furthermore, Tuckerbrook alleges Banerjee does not meet the stringent elements outlined in Karak v.
Bursaw Oil Corp. The court in Karak, however, was reviewing a district court's decision to deny a Rule 60 b 2 motion; the final judgment in that instance was a dismissal following the initial pleading stage. While the district court in Karak had not reached the merits, it had at least grappled with the pleadings and ultimately dismissed the case for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Here, the Court has not yet reached the merits; indeed, it has not even considered the pleadings.
This Court will refer to the guidelines established by the Coon court, outlined above, to determine whether relief under Rule 60 b is proper. First, Tuckerbrook provides no evidence in its opposition or its reply indicating it would be prejudiced by proceeding to the merits. Second, Banerjee, in both his motion to dismiss and his counsel's supporting memoranda, has outlined what may suffice for a meritorious defense.
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60 b 6 gives the Court discretion to relieve a party from a final judgment for "any other reason that justifies relief. In this case, the Court concludes that the principles of equity and justice require the removal of default. See Ungar v.
Palestine Liberation Org. Although there is no time limit for relief under Rule 60 b 6 , Banerjee has filed his motion well within one year of the entry of judgment. And while the Court surmises that Tuckerbrook would object to relief under this subsection of the Rule, based on its allegations that Banerjee willfully defaulted, relief is nonetheless proper.
The Court has already reasoned that Banerjee did not willfully default; notwithstanding that ruling, a willful default is not a categorical bar to relief under Rule 60 b 6. See Ungar, F. Unlike any other subsection of Rule 60, subsection b 6 is a catch-all provision, which broadens the grounds for relief from judgment. Rule 60 b 6 gives the Court the power to provide relief wherever such action is necessary to the delivery of justice.
United States, U. The unique circumstances of this case warrant relief under Rule 60 b 6. Prior to the second entry of default, Banerjee was acting pro se. When he initiated a separate lawsuit in this district, it was not likely that Banerjee could foresee the consequences of his action. It would be unfair to reign in Banerjee and acquire personal jurisdiction over him through a procedural glitch, only to confirm a default judgment forcing him to pay significant damages.
Furthermore, Banerjee was never properly served under the Hague Service Convention, which would render the judgment void on the basis of lack of personal jurisdiction, if the Court did not otherwise have jurisdiction over him. Therefore, this Court holds that it may properly grant relief under Rule 60 b 6 , and further holds that, considering the remedial nature of the motion, the default judgment will be vacated in the interests of justice.
While this Court has acquired personal jurisdiction over Banerjee, the issue of proper service still lingers. On August 12, , Banerjee filed a motion to dismiss Tuckerbrook's verified complaint. Included in his motion to dismiss was an answer to the complaint, generally denying all allegations in response to all counts. See Def. Subsequently, Banerjee raised a slew of affirmative defenses including failure to state a claim upon which relief may be granted, Fed.
Banerjee failed, however, to raise the defense of insufficient service of process. A party waives a defense listed in Rule 12 b 2 - 5 when he fails to raise it in a responsive pleading that brings forth other defenses or objections. Ergo, Banerjee may no longer hide behind the shield of proper service of process effectuated through the Hague Service Convention. This Court proceeds with great caution in denying Banerjee the ability to raise any future objections regarding service of process.
Protecting the rights of foreign residents under international treaties is an important aspect of our judicial system. The Supreme Court recognized that the intended purpose of the Hague Service Convention is to provide a "simpler way to serve process abroad, to assure that defendants sued in foreign jurisdictions would receive actual and timely notice of suit, and to facilitate proof of service abroad.
Schlunk, U. It would undermine this purpose to allow judges to determine the proper method of service of process on a case by case basis, rather than according to clearly enacted rules. See Lyman Steel Corp. In this case, however, because Banerjee sought procedural benefits according to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, he must endure the consequences of those Rules. Although Banerjee has not been served through the Central Authority in India consistent with the Hague Service Convention, he has nonetheless put forth a responsive pleading to the complaint according to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
While this Court is sensitive that the Federal Rules should not abrogate Banerjee's rights under the Hague Service Convention, Banerjee has acted in a manner consistent with the Rules so as to warrant this holding. The intent of this Court is not to undermine Banerjee's rights, but rather to uphold the principles of comity and justice.
It is the belief of this Court that the purposes of the convention have been served and thus Banerjee's rights have been properly afforded. This Court further requires Banerjee, now having sought counsel, to submit a formal answer or otherwise responsive pleading to the complaint within ninety days of this memorandum and order.
Because service of process had not been effectuated, the Court did not properly exercise personal jurisdiction over Banerjee at that time. As explained below, this erroneous decision is of no consequence at this stage of the proceedings, but it having come to the Court's attention now, the Court wishes to correct it. See Mem. This bare assertion of compliance is unaccompanied by any evidentiary support to show that Tuckerbrook has even attempted to proffer service through the proper channels under the Hague Service Convention.
Without evidentiary support, this Court has no choice but to conclude that Banerjee was not properly served. See Black's Law Dictionary 3d ed. While difficulties may arise in determining whether a judgment is void, once that is resolved, a court must act accordingly, and void judgments must be vacated.
Lack of personal jurisdiction is a principal basis for attacking a default judgment under Rule 60 b 4 ; if a judgment is found to be void under that attack, the court has no discretion but to vacate the default judgment. Echevarria-Gonzalez, F. While case law indicates that a void judgment must be vacated, Tuckerbrook astutely notes that improper service does not necessarily render a judgment void.
Tuckerbrook argues that in order for a judgment to be void, it must be lacking even an arguable basis for jurisdiction. United Student Aid Funds, Inc. Here, the Court mistakenly declared its jurisdiction over Banerjee in its April 23, , ruling. But this was an error in the exercise of jurisdiction to be distinguished from a total want of jurisdiction. See United States v. Boch Oldsmobile, Inc. At the time of the Court's error, Banerjee had communicated on several occasions with the Court through email, to a great extent indicating his awareness of the suit pending against him.
Furthermore, in filing a motion to dismiss, Banerjee demonstrated that he not only had notice, but that he had actual possession of the complaint by the time the second default entered.
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