Contact us with your California corporate & securities law questions (949) 353-6347 or Contact us here

Bill Would Mandate That All LLCs Have A "Valid" EMail Address

In a move that may not please Postmaster General Megan G. Brennan, California Assembly Member James Gallagher has introduced a bill that would effectively require every limited liability company and every foreign limited liability company registered to transact intrastate business in California to have a "valid" email address. 

Current law (Corporations Code section 17702.09(a)(6)) allows an LLC or a foreign LLC to include a valid email address for receiving renewal and other notices from the Secretary of State if it chooses.  Assembly Member Gallagher's bill would amend this provision to eliminate its optionality.  Presently, the bill would not amend the analogous provisions pertaining to corporations and foreign corporations (Corporations Code sections 1502(a)(8) & 2117(a)(6)).

Share on:

California Secretary of State, Limited Liability Company

ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING CALIFORNIA CORPORATE AND SECURITIES LAW? CONTACT US DIRECTLY

We offer expert advice with the intricacies of California law.

Our years of experience and expertise allow us to help clients navigate the business laws in California.

CONTACT US

ABOUT OUR AUTHOR

30172DBAB0084D3A8F39D7AF0A8E79BC.ashx Keith Paul Bishop
Partner at Allen Matkins
(949) 353-6328
 Contact me
Learn More About Keith

RECOGNITION
JD Supra Readers Choice Top Author 2020

NationalLawReview



nominee-badge

Get the latest news and analysis about California Corporate & Securities law. Subscribe to our newsletter today!

We respect your email privacy

CATEGORIES

see all

YOUTUBE

FACEBOOK