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In California, certain professions are prohibited from forming a limited liability company or a traditional corporation and instead must incorporate as a professional corporation. Professions that are required to be professional corporations include many of those that must have a … Continue reading
Although California does not require a company to have written bylaws, below are six reasons why every business owner should invest in a strategically thought out set of bylaws for their company: 1. The Bylaws are the Company’s Legal Backbone. A … Continue reading