Allen Matkins Leck Gamble & Mallory

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Main Office: Los Angeles
Participating Offices: Los Angeles; San Diego; San Francisco
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Ex-Munger Tolles Real Estate Head Returns to Allen MatkinsThe American LawyerOne of the first lawyers at Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis has returned to the Southern California firm after more than two decades away. O'Malley Miller, the eighth attorney in the door at Allen Matkins when it was formed in 1977, most …
Allen Matkins Welcomes Real Estate Partner O'Malley MillerYahoo FinanceAllen Matkins, a California-based full service real estate and business law firm, announced today the addition of real estate partner O'Malley M. Miller to its Los Angeles office. O'Malley joins the firm's renowned Real Estate Department where he …and more »
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Did A Non-Existent Committee Move To Update Corporations Code?JD Supra (press release)In April, I kvetched about numerous outdated references in the California Corporations Code. For example, several provisions of the Code continue to refer to the “Internal Revenue Code of 1954” more than three decades after the enactment of the …and more »
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Can Pseudo-Foreign Corporations Exonerate Their Directors?JD Supra (press release)Corporations Code Section 2115 is not an easy read. Fortunately, California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye has provided a more digestible overview of the statute: Section 2115 was enacted as part of a comprehensive revision of the ...
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California's "Day of Rest" RequirementJD Supra (press release)The California Supreme Court recently clarified the California Labor Code's requirement that employers must provide their employees a "day of rest" in Mendoza v. Nordstrom Inc., No. S224611 (May 8, 2017). The Labor Code prohibits an employer from ...
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Officers Of Foreign Corporations And The California CourtsJD Supra (press release)Yesterday's post concerned Section 2116 of the California Corporations Code. Courts sometimes describe Section 2116 as codifying the internal affairs doctrine. See, e.g., Vaughn v. LJ Internat., Inc., 174 Cal. App. 4th 213, 223 (2009) and Voss v …
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California Judge Troubled By Trulia Refuses To Approve SettlementJD Supra (press release)Kevin LaCroix recently tackled the question Is Deal Litigation in Delaware Done? According to Kevin, “deal litigation has been shifting from Delaware Chancery Court to courts in other states and to federal courts”. He attributes this shift to decisions …
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More On Revlon Duties In CaliforniaJD Supra (press release)Following yesterday's post concerning the status of Revlon duties in California, I received a note from Suzanne Weakley, an attorney at the California Continuing Education of the BAR (aka the CEB). For those readers not familiar with the CEB, it is a ...and more »
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Is There A “Revlon Duty” In California?JD Supra (press release)There are certain seminal Delaware corporate law cases that are so well known that corporate lawyers are wont to assume that they have been adopted and followed everywhere. One such case is Revlon, Inc. v. MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings, Inc., 506 ...
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Did The Harvard Shareholder Rights Project Prove Itself Wrong?JD Supra (press release)In December 2014, Stanford Law School Professor Joseph A. Grundfest and Daniel M. Gallagher incited an academic titanomachy when they released a draft of an academic paper provocatively entitled “Did Harvard Violate Federal Securities Law?
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