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Suspended And Dissolved Corporation Still Defaulted

The story is straightforward; the legal ramifications are not: The plaintiff sued a corporation.  Before the lawsuit was filed, the Secretary of State had suspended the corporation and then the corporation was voluntarily dissolved.  The plaintiff effected service on the designated agent who happened to be an attorney.  The attorney didn’t notify either his erstwhile client…

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Do Some Companies Already Have Fee-Shifting Provisions (And Not Know It)?

A lot of folks these days are arguing and writing about fee-shifting bylaws as if they were some kind of novel and sudden irruption, like Athena bursting from Zeus’ skull.  This overlooks the existence of fee-shifting provisions in a myriad of existing contracts.  Arguably, some of these provisions may already applicable to derivative plaintiffs. When it comes to attorney’s…

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