Can corporations establish the venue for litigation based on their registered business address?

February 22, 2016

People sometimes want to register in other jurisdictions for reasons such as (1) minimum director requirements; (2) favorable corporate taxes; (3) employer or corporate incentives for hiring locally, among others. This article posted on our partner site discusses the decision-making of the location of the registered office (and books and records) as a strategy to choose the venue for litigation. This article discusses specifically the laws of Kentucky but is an interesting article for business incorporators in all jurisdictions.

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Written by Alina.