In the New York Business Divorce blog, Peter Mahler analyzes recent New York case law concerning a waiver of the right of a member of an LLC to maintain a derivative a
New Hampshire recently closed a gap in its laws by amending the criminal code to make financial exploitation of an elderly, disabled, or impaired adult a criminal offense. The amendments became effective at the beginning of this year.
Collins J. Seitz, Jr., formerly colleague and mentor to Business Law Basics co-authors Sam Brickley and Brian Gottesman, has been unanimou
Peter Mahler has posted a roundup of five pivotal business divorce decisions from around the country
At the Delaware Corporate & Commercial Litigation Blog, Francis Pileggi provides his annual review of the key corporate and comme
In Stanford Social Innovation Review, Kate Cooney, Justin Koushyar, Matthew Lee, & Haskell Murray have published a study on new forms of business entities entitled "Benefit Cor
For over a century, Delaware has been a popular domicile for business entities of all types.
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:
The Delaware Corporate and Legal Services blog hosts a short piece explaining the business judgment rule, a critical component of corporate law.