There are many operational requirements that must be handled when starting business as a California corporation. And some of these requirements have strict timing deadlines. Attorneys and clients should review these requirements and divvy up responsibilities for them. Use this handy table for quick reference of required actions and their timing. Continue reading
If you represent clients in forming a California corporation, you should have a fee agreement that is specifically tailored for that type of work. Here are the necessary provisions to include. Continue reading
The following is a guest blog post by April E. Frisby of Newmeyer & Dillion in Newport Beach, California. Her practice includes securities, business transactions, corporate law, and estate planning. April provides advice on capital formation, business strategy, and legal matters to entities and business professionals.
A question I am often asked by clients and practitioners alike is: Should I form a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC)? The answer depends on several things, including investment considerations, tax issues, and management preferences. Continue reading