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25 Oct 2011, 5:40 am by John Cozine
Governor John Kasich signed House Bill 318 into law the evening of Friday, October 21, 2011. House Bill 318 creates two separate primary elections in the state during 2012. The first primary election, for county partisan offices, the state legislature, and the available U.S. Senate seat, will be held on March 6, 2012, while the second primary date, for the President and U.S. House of Representatives, will be June 12, 2012. The bill is intended to give state lawmakers more time to settle differences… [read post]
31 Jan 2013, 2:00 am by Keith Paul Bishop
As I discussed in this earlier post, “transacting intrastate business” is not the same as “doing business” in this state.  Foreign corporations and limited liability companies must register with the Secretary of State if they transact intrastate business.  Even though foreign corporations and LLCs are not transacting intrastate business in California, they may be considered to be doing business here.  The Corporations Code defines and uses… [read post]
29 Feb 2012, 8:47 am by Howard Eissenstat
Halil Savda (Photo Vedat Y?ld?z ) Halil Savda is in prison again.  On February 24, he was arrested in the town of Do?ubeyazit, in Eastern Turkey, and sentenced to serve a hundred-day prison sentence.  His crime was to merely speak publicly in support of conscientious objectors.  This, according to Turkish law, constitutes “alienating the public from military service” and is a crime under Article 318 of the Turkish Penal Code. This is not the first time that Halil has been… [read post]
2 Mar 2011, 2:00 am by Keith Paul Bishop
California Corporations Code § 318 has been on the books since 1993, Cal Stats. 1993, c. 508.  That section required the Secretary of State to develop and maintain a registry of “distinguished women and minorities” who are available to serve on corporate boards of directors.   In 1999, the Secretary of State transferred this responsibility to California State University, Fullerton which maintained the registry until 2003 when the registry was discontinued.  Recently, Assembly Member V.… [read post]
3 May 2013, 5:30 am by Russell Cawyer
Texas has a reputation for being business friendly.  More often than not, the Texas Legislature refrains from passing legislation providing solutions for nonexistent problems.  However, a recent bill, passed by the Texas House and submitted to the Texas Senate would prohibit Texas employers from requesting social media user names and passwords from applicants and employees, addresses a problem that, in my opinion, does not exist in the Texas workplace.  HB 318 makes it… [read post]