Illinois Second District Highlights 2017 Changes to LLC's Duties to Dissociated Members

Illinois Second District Highlights 2017 Changes to LLC's Duties to Dissociated Members…

Mitchell Marinello to Moderate ABA Panel Discussion

Partner Mitchell Marinello and Skadden’s Betsy Hellmann will be moderating an ABA panel discussion in New York City on May 3 during the 2019 Section of Litigation & Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division CLE Conference.

New York Court Holds Under Delaware Law That LLC Agreement That Elects Diminution for Failure to Meet Capital Call Excludes Common Law and Other Remedies

New York Court Holds Under Delaware Law That LLC Agreement That Elects Diminution for Failure to Meet Capital Call Excludes Common Law and Other Remedies…

New York High Court Addresses Three Key Issues Surrounding Unilateral Dissolution of a Partnership by a Partner

New York High Court Addresses Three Key Issues Surrounding Unilateral Dissolution of a Partnership by a Partner…

Mitchell Marinello to Discuss The Metes and Bounds of Arbitral Jurisdiction

The Metes and Bounds of Arbitral Jurisdiction…

Monte L. Mann

Illinois First District Holds that Closely Held Shareholders Owe Each Other Fiduciary Duties Even When Settling Contested Litigation Among Them

Illinois First District Holds that Closely Held Shareholders Owe Each Other Fiduciary Duties Even When Settling Contested Litigation Among Them…

"Ninth Circuit Permits Appeal of Order Remanding Case for New Arbitration" by Andrew Campbell

"Ninth Circuit Permits Appeal of Order Remanding Case for New Arbitration" by Andrew Campbell…

Novack and Macey Attorneys Defeat Plaintiff's Motion for Class Certification Against Groupon

Novack and Macey attorneys Defeat Plaintiff's Motion for Class Certification Against Groupon…

Rebekah H. Parker Elevated to Partnership

Novack and Macey LLP is pleased to announce that attorney Rebekah H. Parker has been elevated to partnership.

"What Will They Think of Next" by Mitchell Marinello

The United States Supreme Court has issued several recent decisions stating that the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) preempts state laws that discriminate against arbitration agreements by placing special conditions or limitations on their enforceability.