New annotations provide insight for New York business law
May 13, 2016
New York is one of the top states in the nation for incorporation and business formation, and New York courts are frequently called upon to interpret business statutes, such as recent cases addressing liability of LLC members, dissolution of a foreign business entity by a New York court, the attorney-client privilege of a corporation, the merger of non-profit corporations, and the demand requirement in derivative suits.
Legal and business professionals working with New York entities need a way to stay on top of the latest case law interpreting New York business statutes; otherwise they risk missing key decisions that could impact how they advise a client or represent their company.
CSC®Publishing’s New York Laws Governing Business Entities provides corporate attorneys and in-house counsel with the resource they need for the latest changes to business laws and for the most up-to-date annotations from New York state and federal courts.
Published twice a year, this two-volume set is a comprehensive collection of annotated statutes for New York’s business entities, including corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships, benefit corporations, nonprofits and trusts.
The book includes valuable features that make research faster and more efficient. For example, the Table of Sections Affected provides an overview of legislative changes, while Blackline Amendment notes clearly indicate how the laws have changed. New case notes are captured in the Table of New Annotations, and gray bars in the body of the book indicate where new cases have been inserted.
Legislative analysis provides a summary of the latest legislative changes, and the book also includes publication and fee tables with publishing requirements and fees payable to the state for the different entities.
“New York is a one of the busiest jurisdictions for corporate activity,” CSC®Publishing Director Eric Geringswald says. “Practitioners need a resource that they can trust with a current, comprehensive collection of statutes and up-to-date case notes. New York Governing Business Entities is that resource.”
The Spring 2016 Edition of New York Laws Governing Business Entities is updated through Chapter 589 of the 2015 Session, including updates to the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law and numerous amendments to the Religious Corporations Law.
There are more than 25 new case notes from New York state and federal courts, as well as the full-text of 5 recent cases. In addition, a companion CD Rom contains more than 130 New York forms for all entity types, which are listed in the book’s appendix.
The Spring 2016 Edition of New York Laws Governing Business Entities is available as a two-volume softbound book or as an ebook, compatible with dedicated e-reader devices, computers, tablets and smartphones that use e-reader software or applications. It is also available on the LexisNexis Digital Library.
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