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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

Court Finds Lawsuit By Corporation Against Minority Shareholder Is “Protected Activity”

SLAPP is the initialization of the phrase “strategic lawsuit against public participation”.  A more informative description of SLAPP suits is found in Simpson Strong-Tie Co., Inc. v. Gore, 49 Cal.4th 12, 21 (2010): “A SLAPP is a civil lawsuit that is aimed at preventing citizens from exercising their political rights or punishing those who have done so.…

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When A Corporation May Not Be A Corporation At All

The California General Corporation Law separately defines “corporation” and “domestic corporation”.   The definition of “domestic corporation” is straightforward, the definition of “corporation” is not.  In most cases, a corporation will also be a domestic corporation, but in some cases a “corporation” may not even be a corporation at all! A “domestic corporation” is simply a corporation formed under the laws of the State…

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