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I have updated my Client Alert on using Delaware instead of New York LLC’s after New York's recent 546-552 West 146th Street v. Arfa New York Appellate Division ruling which refused to grant reimbursement of legal fees to a member of a New York LLC who sued for indemnification under an express indemnification clause because the clause did not expressly mention “fees on fees", i.e., the clause did not expressly authorize reimbursement of legal fees in order to enforce the indemnification provisions.  This is directly opposite established Delaware law.  My revised Client Alert is set forth below and may be directly viewed here.

Bankruptcy Court has many advantages in resolving commercial real estate mortgage issues.

The long history of the old Bulova factory in Sag Harbor took another twist last month - this time involving a freeze out LLC merger of one partner by another.


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