A Tale of Two Bills
In an action that is likely to lead to concern, confusion and consternation, Governor Brown has signed not one, but two bills that will allow for the formation of corporations that combine profitability with public or other purposes.
Flexible Purpose Corporations
SB 201 (DeSaulnier) was the handiwork of a working group of lawyers who worked for over a year to write a new division to the California Corporations Code to provide for the formation and operation of flexible purpose corporations. Far from operating in secrecy, the working group published a draft of the bill and solicited comments. When Senator Mark DeSaulnier introduced the bill, moreover, he included the proposed substantive text for all the world to see.
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