Seward Park Co-op Board Wins Big in Garage Lawsuit (NY)

The uncivil war at the Seward Park co-op has finally reached its Appomattox.  In a major affirmation of the Business Judgment Rule, New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron has thrown out a lawsuit brought by shareholders who were disgruntled by the Seward Park co-op board’s decision to switch from a self-park system to a professional valet-parking operator.    Read the article…………..

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