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16 May 2023, 6:55 am by Jay R. McDaniel, Esq.
Reasonable Expectations in Limited Liability Company Minority Oppression Cases Here we look at Manere v. [read post]
19 Apr 2021, 4:03 am by Peter Mahler
The point indirectly was brought home by Professor Daniel Kleinberger’s recent article for the ABA’s Business Law Section in which he dissects last year’s decision by a Connecticut appellate panel in Manere v Collins interpreting that state’s Revised Uniform LLC Act which expressly includes oppression as one of the grounds for judicial dissolution. [read post]
22 Nov 2021, 4:35 am by Peter Mahler
Last year, the Court in Manere v Collins reversed an order dismissing a minority member’s oppression-based claim for judicial dissolution on the ground that the lower court applied the incorrect legal standard. [read post]
14 Jun 2021, 4:32 am by Peter Mahler
The opinion cites and quotes from last year’s Manere v Collins decision by the Appellate Court of Connecticut — another RULLCA state — which likewise applied the reasonable expectations test to a claim for dissolution of an LLC based on oppression and set forth a useful, five-factor analysis which, as quoted in Barkalow, includes: whether the expectation: (i) contradicts any term of the operating agreement or any reasonable implication of any term of that… [read post]