California’s state legislature recently passed SB-826, a bill mandating that major companies in the state put female directors on their boards. Once signed by Governor Jerry Brown, the bill will require that by the end of 2019, each publicly traded company in California company must include one woman; two women by the end of 2021.

We spoke to Lillian Tsu, a partner at Hogan Lovells and member of the firms Public Company Advisory Practice for her take on the state legislation and best practices for companies that may be affected.

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