In this week’s New York Business Divorce, read about a multi-year litigation odyssey culminating in the statute-of-limitations dismissal of a claim for misappropriation of an alleged corporate opportunity to own land based upon the date of execution of the contract of sale rather than the closing of the real estate purchase.
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In a first impression decision handed down last month in Matter of Deblinger, Justice Stephen A. Bucaria upheld the court’s power to compel a respondent shareholder in a dissolution case to present a derivative claim against the petitioner-director. Catch it in this week’s New York Business Divorce.

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