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Professor Susan Pace Hamill is one of the leading authorities on the history and evolution of LLCs and LLC jurisprudence. This week’s New York Business Divorce introduces the latest episode of the Business Divorce Roundtable podcast featuring an interview with Professor Hamill about her latest law review article entitled Some Musings as LLCs Approach the Fifty-Year Milestone.
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In an unusual case, a divided California appellate panel recently grappled with the application of minority and marketability discounts in a statutory appraisal proceeding triggered by a buyout election in a proceeding brought for judicial dissolution of an LLC, where the governing statute utilizes the fair market value standard instead of the more typical fair value standard. Learn more in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
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Father against son, half-brother against half-brother, are the players in a recent courtroom drama that unfolded in Matter of Brady v. Brady, culminating with an appellate panel’s affirmance of a lower court’s order dissolving a family-owned close corporation that owns extensive farm land in upstate New York. Find out more in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
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Paul Hood, one of the leading experts on buy-sell agreements, has a new book on the subject highlighted in this week’s New York Business Divorce and also featured in an interview with Paul on a new episode of the Business Divorce Roundtable podcast.
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