Does the petitioner’s bad faith matter in a deadlock dissolution case when the relationship between the 50/50 owners has broken down irreconcilably? Justice Vito DeStefano recently tackled the question in Feinberg v. Silverberg in an important ruling that is likely to be cited in other cases. Read more in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
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When you can’t be a fly on the wall, a discreetly placed tape recorder may be the next best thing. That, at least, is one of the lessons taught by Feinberg v. Silverberg, decided last month by Nassau County Justice Ira Warshawsky, in which the court granted a preliminary injunction in a shareholder dispute based on tape recordings that captured the defendant planning to oust his business partner. Don’t miss it in this week’s New York Business Divorce.

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