Out-of-State Business Entity Doing Business in California

An out-of-state business entity is a corporation or limited liability company formed under the law of another state (say, Delaware or Nevada). An out-of-state entity is often referred to as a “foreign” corporation or as a “foreign” LLC. An out-of-state … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Decides California Law Does Not Apply to Dissolved Out-of-State Corporation That Did Business in California

In Greb v. Diamond International Corporation (Feb. 21, 2013), the Supreme Court of California held that Delaware law governs the time for bringing an action in California against a dissolved Delaware corporation. In December 2008, plaintiffs Walter Greb (now deceased) … Continue reading

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