The mechanism(s) to dissolve a rel="nofollow" >Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) in California
to a large extent, in California Corporations Code Section 17707.01.
Nonetheless, the application of the mechanisms set forth in the Code section
requires profound knowledge and foresight. In this article we explore in some
depth the events that give rise to dissolution of an LLC in California and how
a streamlined LLC could be effectuated when the LLC has not done any...
Often companies with distinct
intangible and sometimes tangible “treasures”, e.g. intellectual property, find
themselves in need of capital, management, technological expertise or
distribution capacity to further exploit such “treasures”. To facilitate this
seeming synergy, companies with untapped synergies often wonder how they could
accomplish their symbiotic objectives without complicating their legal
structure while effectively protecting their interests. Forming a joint...
Constructive trust could be an effective tool when a real
estate plaintiff wants to obtain title to a real property. Through constructive trust the court
compel the defendant to convey title to the plaintiff, the rightful owner. In
this article, we explore in some depth the requirements for imposition of a
Music publishing is
different from sales of recordings, even though these two are closely related. In
this article we explore music-publishing system through rudimentary analysis of
how music publishing works and how publishing and songwriting income is split....
A plaintiff whose name or likeness has been misappropriated for profit
may have a cause of action for misappropriation or violation of right of
publicity. Statute and Common Law govern Right of Publicity or
Misappropriation of Name or Likeness in California. In this article, we
explore in some depth such statute and case law and seek to shed some
light on what is protectable and what is not....
and warranties are among contractual mechanisms used to allocate risks between
the parties. Representation is a statement of fact intended to induce reliance
and action by a party to a contract. Warranty, on the other hand, is a guaranty
that certain facts relating to the title, quality, character, identity or
condition of a product, property or services that are subject of a contract are
law has a troubled relationship with covenants not to compete. Generally, in
the absence of a statutory exception, covenants not to compete are
unenforceable in California. Covenants are generally promises to do or not to
do something. Covenants not to compete are essentially a way for a buyer of
business or an employer to keep competitors at bay. In this article, we explore
in some detail the statutory exceptions to the general unenforceability of
covenants not to compe...
Forming professional corporations in California involves esoteric rules and regulations. For
instance, who could be a shareholder, how many percentage what shareholder could possess, and what
businesses could be professional corporations are only some of those rarefied rules and regulations.
In this article, we briefly explore such issues along with some noteworthy considerations before
forming a professional corporation....
Homeowners Association ("HOA") disputes could morph into protracted and costly legal battles. There
are several procedures as set forth in the Davis-Stirling Common Sterling Development Act ("Davis
Sterling Act") and often HOA governing documents which set parameters and furnish guidelines to
approach and deal with such disputes. This article explores in some depth some of the mechanisms and
procedures to deal with HOA disputes internally before any party has commenced l...
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