Preliminary injunctions are a powerful tool in the business divorce litigator’s toolbox, and they often involve a race to the courthouse. This week’s post offers a reminder that sometimes, that race is critical; courts will be more inclined to preserve the status quo with a preliminary injunction than to undo action with one. 
Continue Reading Too Little, Too Late: Court Sides with Ousted Member, but Denies Preliminary Injunction Undoing Termination

An important appellate decision issued last week, sustaining a complaint alleging concealment of financial projections impacting on share price, demands the attention of business owners and their counsel considering the buyout of a minority partner. Read about it in this week’s New York Business Divorce.

Continue Reading Decision Lowers the Bar for Former Partner’s Claims of Fraudulent Buyout