Vice Chancellor Laster Finds Choice Of California Law In Proxy To Be "Facially Valid"

Over a decade ago, I posited the following question:  "Should a proxy card specify a choice of law?"  In a recently issued ruling, Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster noted in the following lengthy footnote that choice of law can be an important issue...

A Subsidiary Post

Not too long ago, I wrote about the Securities and Exchange Commission's confusing classification of subsidiaries.  See The Case Of The Wholly Owned, But Not Totally Held, Subsidiary That May Or May Not Be 100% Owned.  Since this blog is concerned...

Calling All Stock Certificates

Last week, Broc Romanek's Mentor Blog addressed the question of what to do about outstanding stock certificates following a reverse stock split.  Today, I'll weigh in with a California perspective.