Connecticut requires you to appoint and maintain an in-state registered agent

Connecticut is a popular state for business. With a GDP that ranks fourth in the nation, the potential for success is high. In fact, Connecticut is unique among states in that it has a high startup survival rate of nearly 80%. However, there are many federal, state, and local requirements for doing business in Connecticut.

CT Corporation's reliable, professional Registered Agent services ensure that you won’t miss a critical filing and endanger your business’ good standing and its right to defend itself in court. You'll benefit from monitoring tools and services that ensure transparency into what’s going on with your business compliance so you’re always in control. With a professional Registered Agent, you can have the confidence of knowing that you’re aware of and on top of your compliance obligations.

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Legislative updates

Executive Order No. 7NN, effective May 13, 2020, authorizes remote member meetings of nonprofit corporations during the coronavirus-related public health and civil preparedness emergency.
Executive Order No. 71, (see Item 11) effective March 21, 2020, modifies a section of the Business Corporation Act suspending in-person shareholder meeting requirements and authorizing the directors to determine that any shareholder meetings be held solely by means of remote communication and not at any place, under certain conditions.

Case summaries

Majority Shareholder’s Fiduciary Duty
Falcigno v. Falcigno, AC 42047, decided August 25, 2020. The Connecticut Appellate Court affirmed the trial court’s ruling that a majority stockholder did not breach his fiduciary duties by buying the minority stockholder’s shares before selling the company where his desire to sell the company was known, there were no pending offers, an alleged misrepresentation did not affect the minority stockholder’s decision to sell and the majority stockholder accurately explained the minority discount.
Statute of Limitations
Reclaimant Corp. v. Deutsch, 332 Conn. 590, decided August 6, 2019. The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that an unjust enrichment claim arising out of the limited partnership agreement of a Delaware LP was subject to Connecticut’s statute of limitations and not the statute of limitations in Delaware’s limited partnership act.

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