It’s not often that bankruptcy law intersects with corporate dissolution proceedings based on deadlock or minority shareholder oppression, but when it does, likely it’s bad news for the petitioner seeking to liquidate the company or to be bought out by another shareholder. A recent decision by Kings County Supreme Court Justice Carolyn Demarest illustrates why, in this week’s New York Business Divorce.

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