Not-For-Profit Corporations

In a 42-page decision handed down last week, a Manhattan judge threw out the New York Attorney General’s controversial effort to compel the involuntary dissolution of the National Rifle Association based largely on alleged financial abuses by its leadership. Get the full story in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading New York Judge Spares NRA “Corporate Death Penalty”

This week’s New York Business Divorce offers its annual Winter Case Notes with synopses of four noteworthy decisions by courts in New York and Iowa.
Continue Reading Winter Case Notes: Dissolution of Not-For-Profit Corporation and Other Decisions of Interest

Did you know that not-for-profit corporations can also be the subject of judicial dissolution proceedings stemming from disputes among the members? A rare example recently made the news in the aftermath of a bloody brawl at a non-profit religious center in Richmond Hill, Queens. Justice Agate’s decision in Matter of Singh is featured in this week’s New York Business Divorce.

Continue Reading Judicial Dissolution of the Not-For-Profit Corporation