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California’s Gender Diversity on Boards Law and Its Broader Implications for Public and Private Companies

February 08, 2019
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  1. Some have also argued that SB 826 violates the Internal-Affairs Doctrine (a doctrine that says the laws of the state of a corporation’s incorporation should govern issues relating to the internal affairs of a corporation) insofar as it purports to apply to California-headquartered corporations that were incorporated in another state.

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