Business Law

  • Dunmore v. Dunmore In Dunmore v. Dunmore, the Supreme Court of Alaska held that while a court cannot lawfully divide social security benefits belonging to either spouse, courts have discretion to consider them as evidence of the parties’ respective financial positions when equitably dividing marital property. Gloria and Richard Dunmore were married in 1975, separated in July 2007, ...
  • Pederson v. Arctic Slope Reg’l Corp. In Pederson v. Arctic Slope Reg’l Corp., the supreme court held that Alaska law permits corporations to unilaterally demand a reasonable confidentiality agreement when shareholders request copies of the shareholder list. Pederson requested a shareholder list from Arctic Slop Reg’l Corp. (ASRC). ASRC agreed under the condition that Pederson sign a confidentiality agreement, but after ...
  • Hooks v. Alaska United States Federal Credit Union In Hooks v. Alaska United States Federal Credit Union, the Supreme Court of Alaska affirmed the superior court’s ruling that discredited both the “vapor money” and “unlawful money” theories as attempts to nullify a mortgage agreement. Hooks obtained a loan from Homestate Mortgage Company LLC (Homestate) to refinance an existing loan, which was secured by ...
  • Ivy v. Calais Company, et al. In Ivy v. Calais Company, et al., ...
  • Comsult LLC v. Girdwood Mining Co. In Comsult LLC v. Girdwood Mining Co., Girdwood Mining Company (Girdwood) and Comsult LLC (Comsult) entered into two agreements, the business relationship soured, and the parties executed a Memorandum ...
  • Daggett v. Feeney In Daggett v. Feeney, Feeney entered into a contract with Alaskan ...
  • Alpine Energy, LLC v. Matanuska Electric Ass’n In Alpine Energy, LLC v. Matanuska Electric Ass’n, the supreme court held that an electric cogeneration facility’s self-certification of qualifying facility status does not constitute a federal determination of said qualifying status, and therefore it is reasonable to require subsequent formal certification. Federal law requires utilities to provide energy at a lower price to ...
  • Pister v. State, Dept. of Revenue   In Pister v. State, Dept. of Revenue, Dr. Pister owns a radiology business called Northwest Medical Imaging, which in 1997 the Alaska Department of Revenue assessed for unpaid ...
  • Brooks v. Horner   In Brooks v. Horner The closely held corporation was created for the purpose of managing a group of contiguous mining claims, its ...
  • Pederson v. Artic Slope Regional Corporation   In Pederson v. Artic Slope Regional Corp., Rodney Pederson, a ...

Business Law

  • Dunmore v. Dunmore In Dunmore v. Dunmore, the Supreme Court of Alaska held that while a court cannot lawfully divide social security benefits belonging to either spouse, courts have discretion to consider them as evidence of the parties’ respective financial positions when equitably dividing marital property. Gloria and Richard Dunmore were married in 1975, separated in July 2007, ...
  • Pederson v. Arctic Slope Reg’l Corp. In Pederson v. Arctic Slope Reg’l Corp., the supreme court held that Alaska law permits corporations to unilaterally demand a reasonable confidentiality agreement when shareholders request copies of the shareholder list. Pederson requested a shareholder list from Arctic Slop Reg’l Corp. (ASRC). ASRC agreed under the condition that Pederson sign a confidentiality agreement, but after ...
  • Hooks v. Alaska United States Federal Credit Union In Hooks v. Alaska United States Federal Credit Union, the Supreme Court of Alaska affirmed the superior court’s ruling that discredited both the “vapor money” and “unlawful money” theories as attempts to nullify a mortgage agreement. Hooks obtained a loan from Homestate Mortgage Company LLC (Homestate) to refinance an existing loan, which was secured by ...
  • Ivy v. Calais Company, et al. In Ivy v. Calais Company, et al., ...
  • Comsult LLC v. Girdwood Mining Co. In Comsult LLC v. Girdwood Mining Co., Girdwood Mining Company (Girdwood) and Comsult LLC (Comsult) entered into two agreements, the business relationship soured, and the parties executed a Memorandum ...
  • Daggett v. Feeney In Daggett v. Feeney, Feeney entered into a contract with Alaskan ...
  • Alpine Energy, LLC v. Matanuska Electric Ass’n In Alpine Energy, LLC v. Matanuska Electric Ass’n, the supreme court held that an electric cogeneration facility’s self-certification of qualifying facility status does not constitute a federal determination of said qualifying status, and therefore it is reasonable to require subsequent formal certification. Federal law requires utilities to provide energy at a lower price to ...
  • Pister v. State, Dept. of Revenue   In Pister v. State, Dept. of Revenue, Dr. Pister owns a radiology business called Northwest Medical Imaging, which in 1997 the Alaska Department of Revenue assessed for unpaid ...
  • Brooks v. Horner   In Brooks v. Horner The closely held corporation was created for the purpose of managing a group of contiguous mining claims, its ...
  • Pederson v. Artic Slope Regional Corporation   In Pederson v. Artic Slope Regional Corp., Rodney Pederson, a ...