In a noteworthy and recent Court of Chancery decision, Mehra v. Teller, C.A. No. 2019-0812-KSJM (Del. Ch. Jan. 29, 2021), the Delaware Court of Chancery ruled upon a member’s request to invalidate dissolution of a Delaware limited liability company.  The opinion is an important read as the Court considered whether the LLC deadlock–which provided

When a Delaware corporation is deadlocked and unable to operate as a result of dissension among its shareholders or directors, or has abandoned its business, what remedies are available to the company’s shareholders under Delaware law? Section 226 of the Delaware General Corporation Law (“DGCL”) squarely addresses this issue.  Under that statute, any shareholder of

Section 273 of the Delaware General Corporation Law (the “DGCL”) provides a basis for the dissolution of a deadlocked “joint venture” corporation, in which two equal shareholders cannot agree on whether to discontinue the corporation.  However, the Delaware Limited Liability Act (“LLC Act”) does not have a provision similar to 8 Del. C. § 273