Matthew D. Donovan is a commercial litigation attorney who assists clients in the resolution of complex business disputes in a variety of contexts, including the ownership and management of closely-held businesses, commercial real estate, construction, and health care. Mr. Donovan has also served as counsel to federal equity receivers appointed by federal enforcement agencies in consumer fraud receiverships. Mr. Donovan handles cases through all phases of litigation and arbitration, including corporate dissolution and shareholder appraisal proceedings. He is a frequent contributor to Farrell Fritz’s New York Commercial Division Practice blog and the author of a number of articles on the topic of business divorce.
Franklin C. McRoberts IV brings clients a combination of commercial litigation and corporate transactional experience. His practice focuses on business disputes in federal and state court, including entity dissolutions and breakups, contract disputes, business torts, commercial insurance coverage litigation and real estate transaction disputes. He is a frequent contributor to Farrell Fritz’s New York Business Divorce blog.