Delaware contract law frequently governs the formation, interpretation, and enforcement of high-stakes corporate and commercial agreements throughout the United States; it also underpins the nation’s predominant corporation and business entities laws.
In the midst of the COVID pandemic when many companies and organizations have needed to rely on remote meetings to conduct their affairs, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania found that an email exchange between the members of the board of
California’s state legislature enacted or amended more than 30 sections in the Corporations Code and related Codes, including new requirements for directors from underrepresented communities and updated corporate naming conventions. These changes are captured in the 2021 Edition of California
Arizona legal and business professionals now have a comprehensive resource that lets them stay on top of the latest business legislation and case law: Arizona Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated. This deskbook, published by CSC® in collaboration with legal publisher
Texas attorney Byron Egan has spent his career thinking about where to form business entities and which entity is best entity for a given transaction. “The choice of the state for formation is critical,” he explained in a recent CSC
The new law and other legislative updates have been captured in the 2020 edition of CSCPublishing’s Georgia Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated. A Table of Sections Affected provides a list of legislative changes. Several sections of the book have been temporarily affected by Executive Orders 03.23.20.02 and 04.23.20.02, both issued in response to the pandemic this year. Those orders have been included in the book’s appendix.
Colorado lawmakers approved new provisions based on the American Bar Association’s Model Business Corporation Act for the ratification of defective corporate actions. Under the new law, corporations can ratify voidable and void corporate actions, such as the over-issuance of shares,
Lawmakers in Maryland and the District of Columbia approved changes to the jurisdictions’ business entity statutes during their 2020 sessions. In Maryland, made a number of updates to the Maryland General Corporation Law and the Maryland REIT Law that took
New York’s General Assembly approved amendments to the Business Corporation Law, Not-for-Profit Corporation Law, and Religious Corporations Law, providing for the remote conduct of certain practices and procedures relating to board meetings. Those changes, as well as more than 45
New Jersey business attorneys need to stay on top of new case law and legislative changes in the state to advise clients and complete transactions. The 2020 edition of CSC’s New Jersey Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated provides a comprehensive