This week’s New York Business Divorce features brief summaries of a handful of noteworthy court decisions that escaped my attention last year, including a pair of decisions involving deadlock and oppressed minority shareholder disputes, and another pair of decisions involving receivership applications.
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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.

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