California is the most populous state in the Union, has the largest state economy in the country, and the eighth-largest economy in the world. California is simply too big to ignore, and every company of any significant size finds itself at one time or another doing business in California or with Californians.

California’s legal and political environment has given rise over the years to a number of laws and regulations that, while not totally unique to California, may not have been widely adopted in other jurisdictions. As a result, out-of-state companies that are doing business in California often come across laws that surprise in-house counsel or management and that severely impact business strategy and business decisions in the state.

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