Keith Paul Bishop discusses the requirement under California law that a derivative complaint filed in a California Court — on behalf of domestic and foreign entities — must, in addition to alleging demand futility, allege that the plaintiff informed the board in writing of the facts supporting its claims or provided the board with a copy of the complaint plaintiff intends to file. Is Something Missing from This Complaint Against The We Company? (referencing Natalie Sojka v. Adam Neumann, et al., and The We Company, C.A. No. 19-580474, compl. (Cal. Super. Nov. 4, 2019)).