In this week’s New York Business Divorce, a tip of the hat to retiring Justices Eileen Bransten and Charles E. Ramos with a look back at some of their more memorable business divorce rulings.
Continue Reading A Fond Adieu to Two Giants of the Manhattan Commercial Division Bench

New York Business Divorce proudly presents its seventh annual list of the past year’s ten most noteworthy business divorce cases, along with short summaries and links to prior posts on the featured cases. Happy New Year!
Continue Reading Top Ten Business Divorce Cases of 2014

Kensington Publishing Corp., known for its bodice-ripper romance novels, is the subject of a somewhat drier but — for business divorce practitioners — no less intriguing court decision earlier this month by Justice Eileen Bransten in a control dispute between family members over a voting agreement. Catch it in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading Voting Agreement Triggers Fight for Control of Family-Owned Publishing House