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In this week’s New York Business Divorce – the first in a three-part series about the statutory triggers, legal rules, and accounting principles of business valuation proceedings – learn about the routes business owners can take to an appraisal proceeding.
Continue Reading Basics of Valuation Proceedings – Litigating an Appraisal from Start to Finish – Part 1

“Yet another unfortunate example of a family business dispute that has developed into needless litigation” is how Justice Shirley Kornreich describes a partnership dispute pitting daughter against father and sisters. Get the story in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading Court Chides Parties in Family Partnership Dispute for “Needless” Litigation with “Obvious Outcome”

Section 62 of the New York Partnership Law recognizes a partner’s right unilaterally to dissolve a partnership unless the partnership agreement has a “definite term” or a “particular undertaking is specified.” Last month, in Gelman v. Buehler, the New York Court of Appeals construed these terms for the first time in the almost 100 years since they’ve been on the books. Read all about it in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading New York’s High Court Rules on Unilateral Dissolution of Partnerships