Justice Emily Pines’ decision last month in Matter of Bianchi, dismissing for lack of subject matter jurisdiction a petition to dissolve a New York-based Delaware corporation, raises anew the conflicting decisions on the issue among New York’s several Appellate Divisions. This week’s New York Business Divorce has the story.
Continue Reading The Conflict Continues Over Judicial Dissolution of Foreign Corporations

A decision last week by the Second Department highlights a split of authority among New York’s intermediate appellate courts whether New York courts have subject matter jurisdiction over petitions to dissolve foreign business entities. Learn more in this week’s New York Business Divorce.

Continue Reading Appellate Rulings Clash Over Subject Matter Jurisdiction to Dissolve Foreign Business Entities