Those interested in the evolving law of LLC dissolution won’t want to miss this week’s New York Business Divorce featuring a case called Mizrahi v. Cohen decided last week by Justice Carolyn Demarest in which she ordered dissolution of a financially failing real estate holding company.

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On January 26th, in a case called Matter of 1545 Ocean Avenue, LLC, the Appellate Division, Second Department, became the first New York appellate court since the LLC Law’s enactment in 1994 to articulate a standard for judicial dissolution of limited liability companies. Read about Justice Leonard Austin’s scholarly opinion for the court, from which two justices dissented in part, in this week’s New York Business Divorce.

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