On the Menu: Steak and Equitable Dissolution

Fine dining and business divorce crossed paths in a recently decided case featuring a lengthy battle between co-equal ownership factions of the corporation that operates Delmonico’s, the renowned Manhattan restaurant established in the early 19th century and famous for its signature dish, the Delmonico steak, among other dining firsts.

FVS Eye on Fraud

Although business interruption (BI) insurance typically covers losses resulting from disaster-related damage and other perils, events, hazards, incidents or losses, during these difficult times many insurance carriers are denying COVID-19-related claims. Some businesses have filed lawsuits against their carriers, and state legislatures are fighting to mandate certain coverage. To date, several states have introduced legislation

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Former CEO Of Real Estate Private Equity Investment Firm Charged With Securities Fraud

Audrey Strauss, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Ofce of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), announced today the arrest of ERIC MALLEY, the founder and former chief executive ofcer of real estate private equity investment frm

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