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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

The Statue And Statute Of The Three Lies

The Statue of Three Lies In Harvard Yard, there is a prominent bronze statue of a man sitting on a chair.  The statue is the work of the prolific American sculptor Daniel Chester French.  The statue is vaguely reminiscent of French’s more famous depiction of a sitting President Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial.  (Does it really make sense to call a…

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One May Be The Loneliest Number But It’s Not A Partnership

Yesterday, a California Court of Appeal concluded that the idea of a one person partnership under the Revised Uniform Partnership Act has as much reality as a number whose square is a negative number.  Corrales v. Corrales involved two brothers who used a “stationary-store form” to form a partnership.  As the trial court observed, the partners then proceeded to…

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