The Too Too Unpardonable Fault Of Conflating LLCs And Corporations

"O, 'tis a fault too too unpardonable!"*

Law Professors Samantha Prince and Joshua Fershee have recently completed an article on the importance of not conflating limited liability companies with corporations.  In An LLC By Any Other Name Is Still Not...

Nevada Supreme Court Affirms Contemporaneous Ownership Requirement In LLC Derivative Action

I a short order of affirmance issued last week, the Nevada Supreme Court affirmed a basic requirement of derivative litigation. J. McDonald Co. v. Tropical & Losee, LLC, 2022 WL 6833521 (Nev. Oct. 11, 2022).  The case involved an attempt by J....

Federal Court Applies Demand Excused Test When Demand Was Allegedly Made

I must confess that I confess that I am nonplused by a recent ruling by U.S. District Court Judge James A. Teilborg in SinglePoint Direct Solar LLC v. Curiel, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 19880. The case involved, among other things, a derivative claim...

The Fiduciary Duties Of A Nevada LLC Manager May Be limited Indeed!

When the Nevada legislature enacted the state's limited-liability company act, it did not prescribe the fiduciary duties, if any, owed by managers.   As I observed: