Appellate Court Clarifies Obligation Of Corporations To Make Out-Of-State Records Available For Inspection By Shareholders

The California Corporations Code includes several provisions related to the creation, storage, and inspection of corporate records.  For example, Corporations Code section 1601 states that corporations must make certain records, such as accounting books and minutes from board and committee meetings, available to shareholders upon written demand, subject to certain limitations. In a recent decision Read More…