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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

Nevada’s Secretary of State Concatenates Veil Piercing, Indemnification And Exculpation

The Nevada Secretary of State’s website unabashedly proclaims “Nevada is the second most popular commercial filing jurisdiction in the country, due largely to our favorable business laws and low-tax environment.”  The website then continues with a list of “legal advantages”, including the following: Piercing the corporate veil in Nevada requires the presence of “fraud” or…

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There Is No Alter Ego Liability When The Creditor Knows There Is No Corn In the Husk

Ok, I admit Fusion Capital Fund II, LLC v. Ham, 2010 U.S. App. LEXIS 15962 (Aug. 2, 2010) does not deal with California law.  The case caught my eye because it isn’t all that often that you see an opinion interpreting Nevada corporate law written by Chief Judge Frank Easterbrook and joined by Judges Richard A. Posner and Michael…

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