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Can It Be That California, "The Biggest Loser" Is Also Number One?

In February, I published a post entitled Is California "The Biggest Loser".  My reference was to Professor Lynn LoPucki's finding that "California, home to 1,210 [public] companies but state of incorporation for only 112, is the biggest loser"....

SEC white paper, Anzhela Knyazeva, California, California Sui Generis, crowdfunding, Vladimir Ivanov

Why Some Delaware Corporations May Be Concerned With California's Supermajority Vote Requirements

Section 710(b) of the California Corporations Code defines a "supermajority vote" as a requirement set forth in a corporation's articles of incorporation (or certificate of determination) that specified actions be approved by a larger proportion of...

Supermajority vote, Corporate Governance, 66 2/3 vote, California Sui Generis, Section 710, venture capital

Can The Legislature Hire Its Own Lawyer?

In early January, California Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon jointly announced that the California Legislature had hired outside legal counsel to advise on potential legal challenges with the incoming...

private contracting, Section 1, 9 Cal. 2d 126, Administrative Procedure, anthony rendon, Article VII, Attorney General, California Sui Generis, civil service, contracting out, donald trump, kevin de leon, kevin kiley, office of legislative counsel, State Compensation Insurance Fund v. Riley

Should California Employers Be Insecure About California's State-Run Retirement Savings Program?

Last September, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law SB 1234 (De León) which implements the California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program.  2016 Cal. Stat. ch. 804. If you haven't heard of the program, California State Treasurer...

California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Progra, California Sui Generis, De Leon, SB 1234, Treasurer John Chiang

This Definition Of A Factor May Surprise You

The creditable H.W. Fowler described "factor" as "one of those words . . . which are so popular as thought-saving reach-me-downs that all meaning is being rubbed off them by constant use."  Fowler's Modern English Usage (2d ed. p. 184).

When I think...

Agent, California Sui Generis, Civil Code Section 2026, commission merchant, Cymbeline, factor

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