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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

Why You Should Have Read Last Week’s Posts On California’s D&O Loan Ban

I spent the better part of last week writing about California Corporations Code Section 315.  The statute general prohibits a corporation (Section 162) from making a loan of money or property to, or guaranteeing the obligation of, an officer or director without specified shareholder approval.  What happens if a prohibited loan is made? The good…

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These Loans Can Be Problematical Even When The Borrower Isn’t An Officer or Director

I spent most of last week discussing California Corporations Code Section 315.  As a reminder, that statute prohibits a corporation (Section 162) from making a loan of money or property to, or guaranteeing the obligation of, an officer or director without specified shareholder approval. Section 315, however, isn’t concerned only with loans to officers and…

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