Upon formation of a corporation, directors are named in the Articles of Incorporation or are appointed by the incorporator. Thereafter, directors are elected annually. Directors could be removed, generally, if outstanding shareholders approve the removal. Nonetheless, despite the latter concise general rules, election and removal of corporate directors are often fraught with complexities. In this Article, we explore and peruse to some extent some of the intricacies associated with electing and removing California corporate directors.
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