Handling LLC breakups is a key task for LLC lawyers. Peter Mahler’s post in his excellent blawg entitled New York Business Divorce concerns a recent NY case in which a court’s appointment of a receiver in the dissolution of an LLC whose members could not work together was, to put it mildly, troublesome.
Here’s the link:
The first line of the attached new Court of Chancery decision is as follows:
“This matter involves the withdrawal of a member from an LLC, which (per the de facto LLC agreement) entitles him to a percentage of the value of the LLC’s business, as of the time of withdrawal, as valued without the continuing services of that member.”