California Dreaming: Maybe Not for In-House Counsel

, Corporate Counsel


A recent survey of in-house counsel with business interests in California suggests the Golden State's litigation and business climates don't necessarily measure up to the excellent weather.

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  • Steve Coss

    Survey results are not surprising at all. Our company has operations in 13 states, with substantial operations in California. None of the other states in which we do business comes even close to the anti-business environment and regulatory framework that exists in California. This is an issue that is discussed regularly at the highest levels of our company as we consider future expansion and growth opportunities.

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