Stuart Grant, one of two managing directors of the plaintiffs powerhouse Grant & Eisenhofer, has taken his litigation skills in an unusual new direction: He has filed suit against three teenagers who allegedly ransacked and stole from his Delaware home during a party his teenage daughter threw last summer,

In the suit, filed in October, Grant is seeking $6,000 in compensatory damages and $30,000 in punitive damages related to a July 16, 2009, party at his Greenville home, court records show. When reached by phone, Grant confirmed that he filed the suit but declined to comment further.

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