I’m very pleased to present my 11th annual list of this past year’s ten most significant business divorce cases.
This year’s list includes four important appellate decisions, including one likely to stand as a landmark ruling by the New York Court of Appeals on the issues of wrongful dissolution and valuation of partnerships.
This year’s list also features noteworthy rulings in business divorce cases involving closely held corporations and, of course, limited liability companies on a variety of issues including standing to sue derivatively, the right to defend a suit derivatively, whether an inactive member of a member-managed LLC owes fiduciary duties, and more.
All ten decisions were featured on this blog previously; click on the case name to read the full treatment. And the winners are: Continue Reading Top Ten Business Divorce Cases of 2018