Oral agreements and even an extended course of dealing probably will be insufficient under New Jersey law to contradict the language of a written agreement, even if by all outward appearances a partnership existed.  An Appellate Division decision finding...
The parties to a transaction, including a transaction that concludes a business divorce, will often include a provision that states that neither side is relying on verbal representations of the other.  Most often, this provision refers to the due...
Reading through a recent court opinion out of the New York Supreme Court, I am struck by the way the law has diverged in corporate governance litigation.  There are two distinctly different approaches to the business divorce. Crossing the...
Microbilt v L2C LLC is a good example of why businesses should make certain that the language of contracts they enter are not only clear and unambigious, but also include everything expected from the contract. NJ appellate Division demonstrates how difficult it can be
The Appellate Division sent a case back to the trial judge to figure out exactly what the owners of an LLC meant in a settlement agreement when it referred to when it linked a contingent payment to a "distribution." The...

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