This week’s New York Business Divorce features Part One of a two-part online interview with law professor Benjamin Means, who has written a number of scholarly articles on shareholder oppression, and whose most recent article, called Non-Market Values in Family Businesses, applies Ben’s critical analysis to the special considerations attendant to oppression actions and conflict resolution within family-owned businesses. You won’t want to miss it!
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This week’s New York Business Divorce presents Part II of my interview with the co-authors of “Drafting Delaware LLC Agreements”, in which prominent Delaware lawyer and LLC expert Vernon Proctor answers questions about Delaware LLCs from the litigator’s perspective. Don’t miss it!

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The importance of a well-drafted operating agreement cannot be underestimated when it comes to keeping the peace among members of a limited liability company. This week’s New York Business Divorce presents the first of a two-part interview of LLC experts John Cunningham and Vernon Proctor who have co-authored a highly recommended new formbook and practice manual called “Drafting Delaware LLC Agreements”.

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Law Professor, prolific author and ABA Top-100 blogger Larry Ribstein is a superstar in the world of LLCs and other unincorporated business entities. This week’s New York Business Divorce presents an interview with Professor Ribstein on the subject of his new book, The Rise of the Uncorporation, which is must reading for anyone interested in this area of the law.

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This week’s New York Business Divorce features an interview with Douglas Moll, Professor of Law at the University of Houston Law Center and one of the leading authorities on shareholder oppression in close corporations. Professor Moll answers questions about minority shareholder protection, LLCs, Delaware law, and also talks about his newly published treatise called The Law of Closely Held Corporations.

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