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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

State Controller Defeats Judgment Creditor’s Claim To Escheated Funds

Here is the question: Can a judgment creditor can enforce an assignment issued pursuant to the Enforcement of Judgments Law (CCP § 680.10 et seq.) for escheated property pursuant to the Unclaimed Property Law (CCP § 1500 et seq.) when the judgment debtor is a suspended corporation pursuant to the Revenue & Taxation Code §…

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Controller Must Still “Look To Find A Reason To Believe”

Last month, I wrote about reports that the SEC is seeking years of employment agreements, nondisclosure agreements and other documents in an effort to ferret out possible restraints on whistleblowers.  See Is Anything Fishy With The SEC’s Whistleblower Inquiries?  As noted in the post, the SEC can ask, it can even subpoena, but it takes a court to enforce…

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