Matthew Donovan takes the helm in this week’s New York Business Divorce, writing about a recent Delaware Chancery Court decision finding that certain, shall we say, unusual behavior by a New York-based company’s co-founder, president and director breached fiduciary duty.
Continue Reading Throwing Grenades and Casting Plagues Upon Your Fellow Directors: A Lesson in Fiduciary (Ir)responsibility

Hard to believe the two, 50/50 owners of a company with half a billion annual sales and $80 million profit can’t overcome their mutual antipathy, but that’s exactly what happened in Shawe v. Elting, a decision last week by the Delaware Chancery Court ordering the appointment of a custodian to sell the company. It’s in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading “Locked in Corporate Hell”: Bitter Feud Between Deadlocked 50/50 Owners Leads Court to Order Sale of Lucrative Company