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The Proven Authority on California Corporate Practice.
One-Stop Comprehensive Coverage.
For more than 80 years, California attorneys have relied on Ballantine & Sterling California Corporation Law as the top authority for step-by-step guidance concerning the formation, operation and dissolution of corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and other business and non-profit entities. With every area covered in-depth, you're assured of having all the information you need to handle any aspect of this vital area of law.
Complete Coverage Of Important Tax Considerations.
Ballantine & Sterling California Corporation Law keeps you abreast of the latest tax considerations affecting corporate practice, including: a summary of federal taxation of corporations and partnerships; tax planning tips; and consideration of special tax issues, tax planning strategies and techniques for closely-held corporations.
Editorial Authority. Neil J Wertlieb is a retired Corporate Partner at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP in California, a UCLA Law Professor, and an expert witness. Mr. Wertlieb is also a former Chair of each of the California State Bar's Business Law Section, Corporations Committee, and Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 General Corporation Law: Background And General Matters
Chapter 2 Choice Of Form Of Doing Business
Chapter 3 Formation Of Corporations
Chapter 4 Close Corporations
Chapter 5 Management: Functions Of Directors, Officers, And Committees
Chapter 6 Management: Duties And Liabilities Of Directors And Controlling Shareholders
Chapter 7 Issuance Of Shares And Indebtedness
Chapter 8 Dividends And Reacquisition Of Shares
Chapter 9 Shareholders' Meetings And Voting
Chapter 10 Transfer And Registration Of Securities (After 1996)
Chapter 10a Transfer And Registration Of Securities (Before 1997)
Chapter 11 Amendment Of Articles And Bylaws
Chapter 12 Corporate Acquisitions, Mergers, And Reorganizations
Chapter 13 Records, Reports, And Inspection Rights
Chapter 14 Litigation Involving Corporations And Shareholders
Chapter 15 Dissolution And Winding Up
Chapter 16 [Reserved]
Chapter 17 [Reserved]
Chapter 18 Foreign Corporations
Chapter 19 Nonprofit Corporations And Organizations
Chapter 19a Hybrid Corporations
Chapter 20 Corporations For Specific Purposes
Chapter 20a Cooperative Corporations
Chapter 21 Corporate Securities
Chapter 22 Corporate Franchise And Income Taxes In California
Chapter 23 Tax Planning For The Closely Held Corporation
Chapter 23a Taxation Of S Corporations
Chapter 24 Partnerships
Chapter 24a Limited Liability Partnerships
Chapter 25 Limited Partnerships
Chapter 26 Income Taxation Of Partnerships
Chapter 27 Limited Liability Companies
Appendix A Forms
Appendix B Fees Of The Secretary Of State
Appendix C Historical Context
Tables of Cases
Table of Statutes
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