I’m delighted to present my 10th annual list of this past year’s ten most significant business divorce cases.
This year’s list includes seven noteworthy appellate decisions, two of which — Mace v Tunick and Shapiro v Ettenson — are poised to have major impact on future operating agreements and business divorce cases involving LLCs.
The growing dominance of the LLC as the preferred choice of business entity also is reflected in this year’s list, all but three of which resolve disputes among members of LLCs.
Rounding out the list are two decisions, in the Kassab and Levine cases, involving interesting and important issues in fair value contests.
All ten decisions were featured on this blog previously; click on the case name to read the full treatment. And the winners are: Continue Reading Top 10 Business Divorce Cases of 2017