In order for a court to have jurisdiction, the plaintiff must have an actual legal existence, and, because the trade name of a legal entity does not have a separate legal existence, a plaintiff bringing an action in a trade name could not confer jurisdiction on the court.
Greco Construction v. Edelman
Connecticut Appellate Court
August 20, 2012
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