testamentary disposition

In this week’s New York Business Divorce, we discuss a recent decision serving as a reminder to corporate shareholders planning to bequeath their shares of stock to ensure no contracts prohibit them from doing so, lest they leave behind a very disappointed beneficiary.
Continue Reading When Estate Plans and Stock Transfer Restrictions Collide

You won’t want to miss the discussion of Justice Charles Ramos’ recent decision in Serota v. Scimone in this week’s New York Business Divorce involving a family feud triggered by a management agreement given by the late founder of a real estate empire organized as a series of LLCs, that left his two sons with ownership and the title of managing member but with no authority to control or sell the business.
Continue Reading Father’s Dead-Hand Control of LLCs Frustrates Sons’ Takeover of Realty Empire