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13 Jun 2021, 4:54 pm by INFORRM
  Media groups have complained that this is a step to state control. [read post]
5 Apr 2021, 3:48 am by Peter Mahler
Take, for example, the Appellate Division’s 2004 decision in Lyons v Salamone where, in a statutory dissolution suit brought by a 20% member of an LLC, the court held that it was “an equitable method of liquidation to allow either party to bid the fair market value of the other party’s interest in the business, with the receiver directed to accept the highest legitimate bid. [read post]
1 Feb 2021, 12:20 pm by Paul Caron
Michelle Lyon Drumbl (Washington & Lee), Bankruptcy, Taxes, and the Primacy of IRS Refund Offsets: Copley v. [read post]
 The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) leads a group of plaintiffs seeking to overturn Prop.22 in Castellanos v State of California (12 January 2021). [read post]
9 Jan 2021, 11:30 am by Beth S. Lyons
  The answer, in my view, is “no,” based largely on Rwanda’s State interference with the ICTR. [read post]
19 Oct 2020, 4:19 am by Franklin C. McRoberts
Rather than rely upon direct New York authority applying common-law dissolution to LLCs, the petitioner analogized to prior instances of New York courts applying equitable / common-law principles to find remedies that do not exist as a matter of statute: Lyons v Salamone, 32 AD3d 757 [1st Dept 2006]: the Court announced that courts may, upon dissolution, order an equitable buyout of one LLC member by another in lieu of liquidation Tzolis v Wolff, 10 NY3d 100 [2008]: the… [read post]
18 Sep 2020, 2:23 pm by Nathan Dorn
Hunter’s Lessee, and the United States v. the Amistad. [read post]
26 Jun 2020, 6:19 am by Schachtman
The world of opinions changed, however, in 2011, when a working group of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) met in Lyon, France, and issued its support for the general causation claim in a suspect document published in 2012.[5] The IARC has strict rules that prohibit anyone who has any connection with manufacturing industry from serving on its working groups, but the Agency allows consultants and contractors for the lawsuit industry to serve without limitation. [read post]