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    Sciabacucchi and Gender Quotas Engender Dubiety Over Internal Affairs

    Professor Ann Lipton at Tulane University Law School has noted a slew of forthcoming papers concerning the internal affairs doctrine in light of Vice Chancellor Laster's holding in Sciabacucchi v. Salzberg, 2018 Del. Ch. LEXIS 578, and...

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    Does Incorporation In Delaware Constitute "Abuse Of The Corporation"?

    Until I happened upon a working paper by Professors Martin Gelter and Lécia Vicente, I had not encountered the notion of abusing a corporation merely by choosing where to incorporate it.  The authors describe abuse as follows:

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    Federal Court Blocks Shareholder Inspection Of Delaware Corporation's Records Pursuant To California Statute

    United States District Court Judge Haywood S. Stirling, Jr. yesterday blocked a stockholder's attempt to use California's shareholder inspection statute to gain access to a corporation's "books and records and minutes of proceedings of the...

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    Why California's Gender Quota Bill Is More Likely To Be Unconstitutional Than California's Pseudo-Foreign Corporation Statute

    In the waning hours of the current session, the California legislature passed a bill that will impose gender quotas on publicly held domestic or foreign corporations whose principal executive offices, according to the corporation’s SEC 10-K form,...

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    Can Pseudo-Foreign Corporations Exonerate Their Directors?

    Corporations Code Section 2115 is not an easy read.  Fortunately, California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye has provided a more digestible overview of the statute:

    Greb v. Diamond International, Pseudo foreign corporation, Section 2115, Choice of Law/Conflict of Law, internal affairs doctrine, Section 204(a)(10), section 309