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    Court Finds This Triptych Sufficient To Establish A Director's Breach Of Fiduciary Duty

    Yesterday's post discussed one aspect of the Court of Appeal's holding in Coley v. Eskaton, 2020 Cal. App. LEXIS 629.  The case involved a homeowner's lawsuit against two directors of the homeowner's association and their employers.  Among other...

    nonprofit corporations, nonprofit corporation law, Corporate Governance

    Director Found To Have Breached His Fiduciary Duty By Sharing Corporation's Privileged Information With His Personal Attorney

    A homeowner in a common interest development sued the homeowner association and two of its directors and the directors employers.  The directors were employed by two related companies engaged in the development and support of common interest...

    nonprofit corporations, nonprofit corporation law, nonprofit mutual benefit, Corporate Governance

    Home On The Grange

    As a child, I was always puzzled when I saw a Grange Hall.  Was Grange a misspelling of "range"?  If not, what was a "grange"?  Only later did I learn that "grange" was derived from the Latin word, granum, meaning a seed.  The word forms part of...

    National Grange, nonprofit corporations, Section 7132, distribution of assets, nonprofit mutual benefit corporation, Section 204

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