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In-house counsel hate California. It's not our towering redwoods, sunny beaches, or booming economy that turns corporate attorneys off, of course. It's the difficulty of doing business. Sixty-five percent of in-house respondents complained about the "burdensome" nature of working in California in a recent Archer Norris poll. More than half expressed concern over state regulations.
Of course, there are a few things in-house counsel do that make working in the Bear Republic even more unbearable, particularly when it comes to corporate filings. Here are some common errors and how to avoid them, both in the Golden State and beyond.
A recent blog post reminded us how "hella difficult" corporate filings in California can get. Continuing Education of the Bar, a program by the University of California and the state bar, recently reviewed common mistakes that get corporate filings rejected. Here's a quick summary, but we encourage you to check out the whole thing as well:
Forget California. Failing to double check or thoroughly review files can get your corporate filings rejected wherever you might be filing. When you're reviewing your filings, start with the basics. Here's a handy check-list:
Spending a little time fine-tuning your filing beforehand can save you a lot of time and embarrassment later on. After all, we're sure you'd much rather be out enjoying the Golden State. We recommend trying the Sonoma Cheese Trail over revising corporate filings.
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