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

“‘Tis Well Consented” Vel Non

On July 19, 2010, I discussed action by written consent of the board pursuant to Corporations Code Section 307.  The statute is remarkably silent on some key points.  For example, while the statute clearly requires that consents be in writing (see...

A Rara Avis Indeed, The Capital Access Company

More than a decade ago, the California legislature added the Capital Access Company Law to the Corporations Code, Stats. 1998, c. 668 (S.B. 2189).  The intent of the law was to take advantage of an exemption to the Investment Company Act of 1940...

Closing the Barn Door . . .

Yesterday, I wrote about Section 413 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ("DF Act").  You can watch President Obama's explanation of Wall Street reform here

As a horse owner, I'm sensitive to expressions involving...

People v. Cole – “So What Happens Now?”

Yesterday was the last day for comments on the Commissioner's proposed rule to address the Court of Appeal's holding in People v. Cole, 156 Cal. App. 4th 452 (2007).  I've seen that several persons have submitted comments in addition to myself - all...

Can You Still Include Your Primary Residence in California?

With Congress' passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the "DF Act"), lawyers across the nation are struggling to come to grips with the act's impact on their clients.  Lawyers representing businesses in need of...

Section 307 – No More Sunset

Some readers may have noticed that there are currently two Section 307s in the Corporations Code.  One version of Section 307 provides in subdivision (d) that it remains in effect only until January 1, 2011.  This is commonly referred to as a...

DOC Employees to Receive Full Pay – For the Time Being

On July 6, 2010, I reported on a recent Court of Appeal decision that supported Governor Schwarzenegger's attempt to reduce state employees' salaries to the federal minimum wage.  The Court of Appeal's holding did not require the Controller to...

Bay State Security Breach – Implications for the Golden State

Broc Romanek recently posted an item from Alan Parness concerning a security breakdown at the Massachusetts Securities Division.  Alan raises an excellent question about whether a state agency would be as forgiving of someone that it regulates.

...

What You Can and Can’t Do in Sacramento

There are many fun things to do in Sacramento - have dinner at Frank Fats or visit the California State Railroad Museum.  The capitol building and the museum in the basement are worth visiting.

However, if you do visit the capitol, you need to...

ICC – Requiescat in Pacem

The Interstate Commerce Commission was created in 1887 when Grover Cleveland was president.  Over the years, Congress greatly expanded the ICC's authority.  At one time, the ICC had thousands of employees.  In 1995, President Clinton signed...

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

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

We respect your email privacy

ABOUT OUR AUTHOR

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

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

RECOGNITION

YOUTUBE

FACEBOOK