Statute Of Limitations Issues In California With Dissolved Entities

Many states have statutes of limitations applicable to lawsuits against dissolved corporations.  California, however, does not.  Rather, California Corporations Code Section 2010, commonly referred to as California’s “survival statute,” states that “a corporation which is dissolved nevertheless continues to exist for the purpose of…prosecuting and defending actions by or against it.”  In other words, a Read More…

LGC Hosts Successful Small Business Seminar

Last month, LGC presented an educational seminar to small business owners that focused on a variety of legal issues relating to their business.  The free seminar, which took place at the Mission Bay Yacht Club, was well-attended by a broad spectrum of local businesses. After a short “meet and greet” and continental breakfast, the LGC Read More…