Appellate Division Review

Departments Addressed Matters of First Impression in the Fourth Quarter

, New York Law Journal

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In their Appellate Division Review, E. Leo Milonas and Andrew C. Smith report on recent decisions involving shareholders' common law right to inspect books and records and whether that extends to a corporation's wholly-owned subsidiaries, the in pari delicto doctrine as applied to Madoff feeder funds, personal jurisdiction, the taxation of fiber optic cables as real property, subject matter jurisdiction of family court, and more.

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