As of January 1, 2013, there are new legal requirements that apply to business entity documents filed with the California Secretary of State's office.
As of January 1, 2012, there are two new subtypes of stock corporations in California — a "flexible purpose corporation" and a "benefit corporation." The new corporation subtypes allow entrepreneurs and investors to organize stock corporations that can pursue both economic and social objectives.
Recent Deals, Negotiations and Client Projects
Kiski Law has worked with clients throughout the United States and in France, Spain, Germany, England, Norway, Vietnam, China, Singapore, Dubai, Kenya, Ethiopia and Swaziland.
Kiski Law projects of interest:
Counseling clients in regard to investments into worldwide investment funds and companies.
Worked with a large international entity doing business in San Francisco and Silicon Valley to develop a legal compliance manual for conducting business.
succeeded in policing and protecting a client's registered trademark.
negotiated a successful acquisition of a new line of business on behalf of an international client.
restructured a client's business to allow for seamless contracting and license deals among related and third party entities.
assisted a medical non-profit corporation in sucessfully obtaining federal and state tax exempt status.