Thank you, Brandon.
Per Conn. Gen. Stat. § 52-59b, a person/entity can be sued in CT if they:
(1) Transacts any
business within the state; (2) commits a tortious act within the state, except as to a cause of action
for defamation of character arising from the act; (3) commits a tortious act outside the state causing
injury to person or property within the state...
Therefore arguably, this person may be sued in CT. They would have to be served internationally under the Geneva agreements for this, but this can be done. Any judgment may be registered in France to be enforced in France. However for the enforcement part one would need a FRENCH attorney, and of course for CT, one can use a CT attorney.
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