At the New York Business Divorce blog, Peter Mahler discusses the concept of “jerk insurance” and a recent federal court decision in the Southern District of New York:
This matter is before me on the Defendants’ motions to dismiss a complaint sounding in contract, filed by the Plaintiff, Mr. Alfred, pro se. That Complaint is remarkable. It is in my experience a unique example of the pleader’s art.
At the New York Business Divorce Blog, Peter Mahler has a retrospective piece looking at the top ten business divorce opinions issued by
The Georgia Supreme Court made an interesting statement in footnote 5 of its recent opinion in Raysoni v. Payless Auto Deals, LLC, No. S13G1826, slip op. at 6 n.5 (Ga. Nov.
At China Law Blog, Dan Harris writes about a disturbing feature of Chinese law whereby representatives of foreign
Series LLCs are an innovative form of alternative entity in which in which multiple "series" are incorporated into a single limited liability company.
Plaintiffs in business disputes often attempt to make a case for the imminent danger of irreparable harm (a required element for ordering expedited proceedings and for many types of equitable relief, such as entitlement to a temporary restraining order (TRO) or preliminary injunction). Courts ha
At China Law Blog, Dan Harris shared his (blunt) thoughts on the value of an American Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) when dealing with China:
Francis Pileggi has an article in NACD Directorship about forum selection/limitation clauses in Delaware corporate bylaws: "