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
Francis Pileggi at the Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog has the details:
[Cross-posted from BergerHarris.com]
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
By permission of the author, Francis Pileggi has posted Richard DiLiberto, Jr.'s series of outlines covering the "difficult trial," in which a law
On April 30, 2015, Vice Chancellor Laster of the Delaware Court of Chancery issued an opinion denying a motion to dismiss a petition for dissolution.
In the 15 April 2015 issue of New Hampshire Bar News, Paul Bauer and Christopher Hawkins report on the recent US District Court for the District of New Hampshire decision in
Attorney Kimberly Peaslee recently penned an article in the New Hampshire Business Review on the lessons for businesspersons from the Beastie Boys v.