A Connecticut developer who lost a lawsuit over the denial of his membership into an exclusive golf club, then hired a private investigator to probe possible connections between the judge’s family and the defendants, has unsuccessfully moved for the judge, Westchester, N.Y., Supreme Court Justice Kenneth W. Rudolph, to reopen the case and recuse himself.

The investigator’s report listed numerous specific details about the personal lives of Rudolph’s family members, including references to his daughter’s former job and specific details about her upcoming wedding.

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