In a case that we have been following and posted about previously, the Utah Supreme Court answered “no” in a 4-1 split decision; the Court's lengthy opinion and dissent
The New York Supreme Court in and for New York County recently issued the latest in a long series of New York decisions dealing with the issue of whether a New York court may exercise subject matter jurisdiction over an action for the judicial dissolution of a foreign (non-New York) business enti
At the Employment & Labor Insider, Robyn Shea asks and explores this question while analyzing a
Francis Pileggi at the Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog has the details:
At the New York Business Divorce blog, Peter Mahler analyzes a recent New York Supreme Court Commercial Division decision involving a deadlock between co-managers of New York single-asset real estate holding company:
At the Technology & Marketing Law Blog, professor Eric Goldman asks and explores this question while analyzing two recent federal district c
In the 15 July 2015 issue of the New Hampshire Bar News, Jennifer Rood briefly analyzes three recent US Supreme Court decisions: Bullard v.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) reported about Louisiana State University’s (LSU) recent firing of associate professor Teresa Buchanan for al