Common-law dissolution makes another rare appearance in a recent appellate ruling by the First Department in Gjuraj v. Uplift Elevator, which may be the only reported common-law dissolution case in which a plaintiff won at trial. Don’t miss it in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading Successful Common-Law Dissolution Case Survives Appeal, But Remedy Limited to Buy-Out

In New York, the common law right to judicial dissolution of a closely held corporation has existed for about 50 years, but there have few reported cases on the subject, which gives all the more reason to read this week’s New York Business Divorce highlighting an important decision earlier this month by Justice Alan Scheinkman in White v. Fee, denying a motion to dismiss a common law dissolution claim involving a family-owned business.

Continue Reading Court Upholds Complaint Seeking Common Law Dissolution of Family-Owned Business