In Brown v. TGS Management Company, LLC (2020) Cal. App. LEXIS 1074, the California Court of Appeals, Fourth District, recently held, in a case appealed from a trial court decision…

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Governor Newsom has signed into law a bill, patterned after California’s ground-breaking gender diversity bill adopted two years ago, requiring publicly-held corporations that have their principal executive offices here, to…

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This e-Bulletin from the California Lawyers Association was prepared by William Ross, of counsel to Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP. Mr. Ross is a member and past co-chair of the Corporations Committee of…

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Throughout the latter half of 2017, the SEC became increasingly focused on regulating securities law violations involving blockchain technology and initial coin offerings. A blockchain is an electronic distributed ledger…

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FOR THE FIRST TIME SEC CHARGES PERSONS FOR HACKING INTO LAW FIRM COMPUTER NETWORKS On December 27, 2016, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against three Chinese nationals for…

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