A decision last month by Justice Carolyn Demarest, in Novikov v. Oceana Holdings Corp., granted a minority shareholder’s books-and-records petition predicated on the need to investigate possible management misconduct. On the heels of a recent First Department case to similar effect, might this be the start of a trend? Find out more in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
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