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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

A Subsidiary Post

Not too long ago, I wrote about the Securities and Exchange Commission’s confusing classification of subsidiaries.  See The Case Of The Wholly Owned, But Not Totally Held, Subsidiary That May Or May Not Be 100% Owned.  Since this blog is concerned primarily with California corporate and securities laws, I would be remiss in not adding a…

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Who Votes As Proxy For Shares Standing In The Name Of Another Corporation?

The Proxy Season blog yesterday discussed the following question from the Q&A Forum of TheCorporateCounsel.net: Under Delaware law, can a Board of Directors authorize a person who is not an officer of the company to act as agent and vote shares of stock for the Company that it holds in another entity? John Jenkins responded…

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