Business Law

Business Law News 2018, ISSUE 3

What to Do After Forming a Corporation: Timing and Action Table

Posted on April 27, 2018, by Julie Brook, Esq.1

Julie Brook, Esq. has been with CEB since 1995. Before that, she practiced civil litigation with Landels, Ripley & Diamond in San Francisco. She is a volunteer arbitrator with San Francisco’s Department of Human Services.

There are many operational requirements that must be handled when starting business as a California corporation. And some of these requirements have strict timing deadlines. Attorneys and clients should review these requirements and divvy up responsibilities for them. Use this handy table for quick reference of required actions and their timing.

This table’s arrangement is generally chronological, but because of the different dates from which time periods are computed, a strict chronological arrangement that applies in all cases isn’t possible. These are the general requirements most frequently encountered, although not all items in the checklist will apply to every corporation.

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