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New title from CSC® Media: The 2010 Edition of California Laws Governing Business Entities.
CSC® Media, in collaboration with LexisNexis® Matthew Bender®, is pleased to announce the release of the 2010 Edition of California Laws Governing Business Entities. This resource is the most comprehensive collection of California business entity statutes and the only case-annotated deskbook available for the state.
The 2010 Edition reflects legislative changes through the Seventh Extraordinary Session of the 2009 Legislature, featuring over 90 amendments to the Corporations Code, as well as significant changes to the taxation and unclaimed property provisions.
Changes were made throughout the Corporation Code, including wide-ranging conforming amendments designed to update the Code to reflect recent developments in federal bankruptcy and securities law. In addition, the Legislature made significant, substantive changes to the provisions of the Nonprofit Corporation Law and the Consumer Cooperative Corporation.
Changes are listed in the book’s Table of Sections Affected, while blackline notes indicate the effects of the 2009 amendments. The notes allow readers to quickly ascertain where language has been changed or deleted. The book also contains in-depth analyses of the statutory revisions and their significance.
The 2010 Edition of California Laws Governing Business Entities includes over 140 new case annotations from Courts of Appeal and Supreme Court decisions, as well as from federal court decisions interpreting California law. A Table of New Annotations allows readers to quickly identify the entries that have been added since the last edition. New annotations are also clearly marked with a gray bar in the pages of the book.
Also in this edition are the full texts of recent, significant California opinions, including Yamaha, concerning service of process on a foreign corporation, and In re FairWageLaw, concerning the due process rights of a dissenting shareholder in a voluntary dissolution action.
The CD-ROM also contains nearly 300 forms for incorporation/formation, qualification, mergers, dissolution, and name reservation for all entity types. A listing of forms and contact information for California’s Secretary of State can be found in the book’s appendix.
To order or view other CSC® titles, visit our website at www.cscglobal.com/publications or contact a LexisNexis customer service representative at 1.800.833.9844. Quantity discounts are available.
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