This week’s New York Business Divorce examines a recently decided case granting a petition for “equitable dissolution” by means of a forced buy-out of the respondent 50% shareholders of the close corporation that owns the famous Delmonico’s steak house in downtown Manhattan.
Continue Reading On the Menu: Steak and Equitable Dissolution

This week’s New York Business Divorce highlights two recently published articles on two topics of great interest to business divorce practitioners: (1) whether courts of one state have jurisdiction to dissolve business entities formed in another state, and (2) the role of equity in Delaware LLC litigation.
Continue Reading Recent Articles Highlight Dissolution of Foreign Entities and Delaware LLC Litigation

Equitable dissolution of LLCs may not sound familiar to business divorce mavens, but that could change after last week’s decision by Vice Chancellor Laster of the Delaware Chancery Court in a case involving the Tom James custom apparel company. Read more in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading Delaware Chancery Court Endorses Equitable Dissolution of LLC

If until now you haven’t encountered a case involving the “equitable” dissolution of a partnership, join the club. Find out more in this week’s New York Business Divorce which highlights a recent decision by Justice Stephan Bucaria in a 10-year litigation among the general partners of several limited partnerships governed by the outmoded Uniform Limited Partnership Act.
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