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CANCELED Benefit Corporations - A New Model for Sustainable Capitalism

Date:
4/11/2013
Time:
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Location:
ACBA
70 Washington Street
Suite 200
Oakland CA, 94607
Registration Closes:
4/10/2013
This brown bag program will address the state law requirements for benefit corporations focusing on the law in California.

Twelve states including California, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Illinois, and Massachusetts have enacted legislation to create a for-profit, multi-stakeholder, model corporate form known as the benefit corporation, and in 17 other states have introduced similar legislation. In addition to creating shareholder value, the benefit corporation has three basic attributes in addition to those of other general purpose corporations.

Topics will include:

  • The general and specific public benefit purposes of a benefit corporation
  • Attributes of a multi-stakeholder corporate model
  • How the corporation is accountable to its stakeholders and to the public
  • The assessment and transparency requirements of this corporate form
  • How the general and specific public benefit purposes are enforced
Speakers:
Jonathan Storper
Benefit Corporations
4/11/2013 12:00 AM
Jonathan represents entities and their investors in connection with business and intellectual property transactions, including formation, finance, contracts, licenses, joint development agreements, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property licenses, e-commerce, technologyrelated matters and general corporate law. Jonathan also represents non-profits, trade associations and standards-setting organizations. He has a special affinity for, and expertise in social entrepreneurship enterprises.
Event Cost:
MCLE-Plus Members
$0.00
ACBA/CCCBA Business Section
$30.00
ACBA Members
$45.00
Non-Members
$60.00
Credits:
General
1 hr(s)