Eric Macey to Present the Webcast “Force Majeure: The Effect of COVID-19 on Contracts” on Wednesday, April 8

Eric Macey to Present “Force Majeure: The Effect of COVID-19 on Contracts” on Wednesday, April 8…

When Companies Shut Their Doors Despite Covenants to Continue Operations, by Rebekah Parker

When Companies Shut Their Doors Despite Covenants to Continue Operations, by Rebekah Parker…

Supreme Court of Wyoming Tills New Ground For Derivative Claims In Limited Partnership Dispute Over Real Property

Supreme Court of Wyoming Tills New Ground For Derivative Claims In Limited Partnership Dispute Over Real Property…

Our Approach to COVID -19 (Coronavirus)

Our Approach to COVID -19 (Coronavirus)…

Andrew Fleming Published in Illinois Real Estate Journal

Coronavirus and Commercial Real Estate: Making Use of the Force Majeure Clause…

Manufacturing Industry Disputes

Manufacturing Industry Disputes…

Iowa Court of Appeals Considers “Classic” Business Divorce In Non-Profit Context

Iowa Court of Appeals Considers “Classic” Business Divorce In Non-Profit Context…

Supreme Court Of Connecticut Addresses Derivative And Direct Standing Issues For LLC Members

  The Supreme Court of Connecticut recently decided two matters of first impression regarding direct and derivative standing for members of an LLC.  Saunders v. Briner, 334 Conn. 135 (2019).  First, it held that Connecticut’s prior limited liability company act (“CLLCA”), barred members and managers of LLCs from bringing derivative actions absent a provision in the operating agreement allowing suc……

Novack and Macey Attorneys Named to Super Lawyers 2020 List

Novack and Macey Attorneys Named to Super Lawyers 2020 List…