Surviving a dismissal motion in LLC dissolution cases can be affected by the form of the suit, i.e., whether brought as a special proceeding or as a plenary action. Find out more, and see how a dismissal motion played out in a recent decision by Manhattan Justice Ellen Coin, in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
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The statute governing LLC dissolution proceedings, unlike the one for corporations, does not require publication notice at the start of the case. So why do we still see LLC dissolution show cause orders requiring expensive publication? This week’s New York Business Divorce takes a look.

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The order to show cause is a critical document drafted by the petitioner’s counsel for signature by the judge when initiating a corporate dissolution proceeding. This week’s New York Business Divorce offers a drafting primer using some illustrative forms.

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