Litigating and Judging California Business Entity Governance Disputes
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Litigating and Judging Business Entity Governance Disputes in California provides essential business entity background information and relevant, up-to-date citations to statutes and court decisions, together with expert insights, helpful tips and creative solutions for arbitrators, attorneys and judges who handle business governance disputes in California. This convenient, single-volume edition walks practitioners through a variety of complex business matters involving management, ownership and control of California corporations, LLCs, and general and limited partnerships.
Brought to you by LexisNexis®, a worldwide leader in primary and secondary legal publications, and authored by a collaboration of 11 experienced California-based attorneys, managers and mediators, this indispensable resource is your complete how-to guide for resolving business governance disputes in California.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1: Overview of California Business Governance Disputes
Chapter 2: Corporations: Ownership, Management & Control Disputes
Chapter 3: General Partnerships: Ownership, Management & Control Disputes
Chapter 4: Limited Partnerships: Ownership, Management & Control Disputes
Chapter 5: LLCs
Chapter 6: Special Considerations for Professional Business Entities
Chapter 7: Judging and Arbitrating Business Governance Disputes
Chapter 8: Drafting and Interpreting Business Governance Dispute Resolution Clauses
Chapter 9: Ethical Considerations in Advising Businesses in Conflict