It’s not often that the rote listing of involved attorneys at the outset of a Business Court opinion gives much of a clue of what issues lie ahead. A curious
Continue Reading Cross-Border Litigations Over Control of an LLC with an Unusual Twist: the Same Law Firm on Both Sides of the Battle

Judge Robinson recently issued an order containing what may be the first interpretation of the “Special Meeting” provisions of the North Carolina Business Corporation Act (the “Act”),  N.C. Gen. Stat.
Continue Reading Special Shareholder Meetings: Where the minutes are kept, but the time (for notice) is wasted

Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes. After that who cares? He’s a mile away and you’ve got his shoes!

-Billy Connolly, Scottish comedian, shoe sage.
Continue Reading Derivative Claim Boots are Made for Walking, Business Court Says, but Only When an LLC Leaves Them on the Rack.