If you're an Arizona-based startup that is actually incorporated in another State (for example, Delaware), do you have to register your foreign corporation in order to transact business here in Arizona? This question is more common than you might think in my Phoenix technology startup law practice. Earlier this month, I met with a cloud middleware outfit that had originally formed as a corporation in a state back east. Their U.S., Canada, and Mexico operations had been relocated here to the metro Phoenix area for several months. During our meeting, I asked the client's officer if they had registered to transact business here in Arizona. After a puzzled look amongst themselves, they admitted to me that they hadn't. Like I said before, this occurs more often than I like to…
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