This week’s New York Business Divorce features Part One of a two-part interview of Professor Peter Molk, one of the foremost academic authorities on LLC law, on the subject of his recent law review article, Protecting LLC Owners While Preserving LLC Flexibility.
Continue Reading The Two Worlds of LLCs: A Conversation With Professor Peter Molk (Part One)

Entering its fifth year of litigation featuring two rulings by the Appellate Division in 2017 and last week, the case of Rubin v Baumann is another example of LLCs that suffer from inadequate operating agreements. Learn more in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading Operating Agreement Spawns Multiple Disputes Between 50/50 Members of Realty Holding LLC

Is an LLC a nominal party in dissolution proceedings such that its citizenship can be ignored for purposes of securing diversity jurisdiction in federal court? Get the answer in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading LLCs as Nominal Parties in Dissolution Cases: An Uncertain Portal to Federal Court Jurisdiction

This week’s New York Business Divorce travels to South Dakota whose Supreme Court recently issued a noteworthy decision denying judicial dissolution of a single-asset realty holding LLC that primarily operated a bar and camping facility for only 10 days each year during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Continue Reading Chicken Sh*t Bingo Fans Rejoice: The Dragpipe Saloon Survives a Dissolution Scare