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Delaware Supreme Court Rules on Minority Members’ Rights in the Sale of LLCs

In Oxbow Carbon & Minerals Holdings, Inc. v. Crestview-Oxbow Acquisition, LLC, the Delaware Supreme Court affirmed in part and reversed in part a decision by the Court of Chancery that used the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing to permit minority members (the “Minority Members”) of a Delaware limited liability company (the “LLC”) to cause a sale of the LLC despite the... Continue Reading

District of Delaware to Continue Operations During Shutdown

On January 16, 2019, the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware released a Notice regarding Court operations during the current lapse in appropriations. Although the Administrative Office of the United States Courts has advised that funding for Fiscal Year 2019 will be exhausted on Friday, January 25, the Court will “remain open and operational without disruption” after that date,... Continue Reading

Q&A on the Delaware Law Amendments Relating to Limited Liability Company Divisions

On August 1, 2018, the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act (DLLCA) was amended to add, among other things, a division statute (Amendments). The Amendments included new Section 18-217 which permits a Delaware limited liability company (LLC) to divide into two or more LLCs (each a Division company). In a division, the LLC effecting the division (the Dividing company) continues its existence or... Continue Reading

If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em: UDTA and Directed Trust Statutes Come of Age

Over the last decade, trust law has evolved so the role of trustee can better reflect the open architecture that modern families desire. It’s now commonplace for trust settlors to design so-called “directed trusts,” and existing trusts are frequently transferred to new jurisdictions to be modified through the use of techniques such as decanting, non-judicial settlements agreements, consent... Continue Reading

Analysis of the 2018 Amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law

The 2018 amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law (the ‘‘DGCL’’) were recently enacted. The amendments update the ratification statute, Section 204, to address recent case law. Nonstock or ‘‘membership’’ corporations are now also permitted to use the statutory ratification provisions to cure corporate defects. With respect to the avail- ability of appraisal rights in... Continue Reading

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