In this week’s New York Business Divorce, a wild tale of a settlement achieved, settlement spurned, and a litigant threatened with incarceration for contempt in an intensely bitter, nine-year battle between two brothers over their Manhattan-based real property LLC.
Continue Reading A Pig in a Poke: The Rollercoaster Kadosh Settlement Litigation

A recent ruling by Justice Timothy Driscoll in De Well Shipping Container Corp. v. Guo highlights the uncertainties and perils when clients, without their lawyers present, negotiate and sign an informal agreement settling a shareholder dispute with a buy-out. Read about it in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
Continue Reading Trouble Looms When Clients Negotiate Their Own Shareholder Buy-Out Settlement Agreements