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Stunning Collapse of Global Cryptocurrency Exchange FTX Leads to Bankruptcy

USA - November 15 2022 In a sudden and stunning collapse, FTX, the world’s second largest cryptocurrency exchange, run by 30-year-old Sam Bankman-Fried along with more than…

Michael T. Delaney, Teresa Goody Guillén, Robert A. Musiala Jr., Keith R. Murphy, Veronica Reynolds, Jorian L. Rose, Joanna F. Wasick

Financial Considerations for Business Leaders Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic

USA - April 8 2020 The global COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world’s economy to a grinding halt. Virtually every person, business and industry has been affected to…

Andrew V. Layden

Florida Supreme Court holds that a judgment creditor may levy and execute on a member’s interest in a single-member LLC

USA - July 26 2010 On June 24, 2010, the Florida Supreme Court in Olmstead v. FTC, held that Florida law permits a court to order a judgment debtor to surrender its entire right, title and interest in a limited liability company (“LLC”) owned solely by the debtor to satisfy an outstanding judgment against the debtor.

Jeffrey E. Decker, Anthony J. Scaletta