board recently appointed new directors after the annual meeting failed
achieve a quorum. One of the directors they appointed, a former board
has been in a coma for the past five months. Though tragic, is this
Directors have a duty to appoint competent, trustworthy, and independent
to the board. (Lewis v. Elk Hills 36 Oil Co.
(1929) 103 Cal.App.
the appointee is in a coma, he cannot perform his duties as a director.
Therefore, it would be improper to appoint this person to the board.
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