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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

CARULLCA Amendment Purporting To Eliminate Surprise May Do The Opposite

Readers will know that I’m no fan of California’s Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (aka CARULLCA).  As originally enacted, the law was rife with technical errors.  As the legislature continues to tinker with the CARULLCA, it creates even more problems for existing California LLCs.  The legislature’s recent enactment of AB 1722 (Wagner) is yet another dispiriting legislative “fix” that is likely to increase, rather than…

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This Legislative Lacuna Looms Large In RULLCA

I expect that most limited liability company operating agreements specify how profits and losses are to be allocated among members.  Sometimes, they may not.  The now repealed Beverly-Killea Act provided a default provision for just this contingency, former Corp. Code § 17202.  A similar default rule can be found in the California Revised Uniform Limited Partnership…

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If It’s An LLC, Why Cite Corporate Law?

I continue to be surprised when courts refer to state laws governing corporations when the subject entity is a limited liability company.  A recent example of this confusion can be found in Piatelli Co. v. Chambers, 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 1556 (D. Nev. Jan. 7, 2014).  That case involved a dispute over whether an agreement had been approved by…

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