With Nod to Delaware, N.Y. Courts Define Commercial Law

, New York Law Journal

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A number of New York appellate decisions this year have addressed Delaware law, underscoring both where the two states' laws are converging, and where they appear to be moving further apart.

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  • James Brook

    This trend, if trend it be, would be greatly enhanced if New York were to keep up-to-date in adopting amendments to the Uniform Commercial Code as they are promulgated by the ALI and Uniform Law Commission. At present, New York in the only state in the country not to have adopted the 1990(!) amendments to Article 3. And that is just one example.

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