In this week’s New York Business Divorce, a tip of the hat to retiring Justices Eileen Bransten and Charles E. Ramos with a look back at some of their more memorable business divorce rulings.
Continue Reading A Fond Adieu to Two Giants of the Manhattan Commercial Division Bench

In a follow-up to last week’s New York Business Divorce, this week’s post addresses a second decision by Justice Saliann Scarpulla in the Yu family constellation of ilitigations, this time considering the fatal effects on standing to sue for statutory dissolution by assigning one’s stock voting rights.
Continue Reading Stock Pledge Agreement Defeats Minority Shareholder’s Standing to Sue for Statutory But Not Common-Law Dissolution

In this week’s New York Business Divorce, we salute recently-retired Commercial Division Justice Shirley Werner Kornreich with a collection of some of her most noteworthy decisions in the area of business ownership disputes.
Continue Reading A Trip Down Business Divorce Lane with Recently Retired Justice Shirley Werner Kornreich

Is there a meaningful difference between the deadlock standard for judicial dissolution under the Partnership Law and the Business Corporation Law? Perhaps. Read on in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading Rare Partnership Dissolution Decision Applies Deadlock Standard to Dissolution Under Partnership Law

After more than two years in receivership, an appeals court gives a dissolved LLC a new lease on life because the petitioners “offered no competent evidentiary proof” why the entity should have been dissolved. We take a closer look in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading “Where’s the Beef?” Says Appeals Court, Reversing LLC Dissolution