The undead nature of dissolved corporations is illustrated by Judge Edward J.Davila’s recent ruling in Murabito v. Stericycle, Inc., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 29238 (N.D. Cal. Mar. 10, 2015). That case started out in state court and was removed by the defendants to federal court based on diversity jurisdiction. Plaintiff then moved to have the case sent back to state court. Since the plaintiff was undisputedly a resident of California and one of the defendants was a California corporation with its principal place of business in California, diversity was seemingly destroyed. However, the defendant corporation was dissolved. Therefore, the defendants argued that the corporation’s domicile should be disregarded. … [Read more...] about California Court Decides Dissolved Corporation “Still Exists”
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On Tuesday, the Deal Professor (aka Berkeley Law School Professor Steven Davidoff Solomon) wrote an interesting column for The New York Times’ Dealb%k. According to the Professor, California is the headquarters state for 20% of all companies with securities listed on the New York and Nasdaq stock exchanges. He finds this number particularly impressive in light of the fact that California accounts for only 12% of the country’s population. … [Read more...] about Does California Corporate Law Really Govern 20% of All Public Companies?
Prohibition of Discrimination Based on Immigration Status – S.B. 600 California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act, provides that all persons within California are entitled to full and equal accommodations in all business establishments regardless of their sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, or sexual orientation. S.B. 600 extends the protected categories to include citizenship, primary language, and immigration status. The amendment expressly provides that: (1) verification of immigration status and any discrimination based upon verified immigration status, where required by federal law, shall not constitute a violation of the Act and (2) nothing in the Act shall be construed to require the provision of services or documents in a language other than English, beyond that which is otherwise required by other provisions of federal, state, or local law. The legislation stems … [Read more...] about New Year, New Rules For Employers Doing Business in California
The 24-year-old accuser said Jahn had performed sexual acts such as bondage, flogging, and pouring hot wax on her when the former was 15 years old and the abuse continued for four years. Jahn was arrested on Sept. 13, 2017. At the time she was charged with four counts of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of lewd acts upon a child and two counts of oral copulation of a minor. … [Read more...] about Nicholas Speller, School Gym Teacher, Charged With Indecent Assault, Battery On Minor
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