Yes, if it's not already in use by someone else. Check the Secretary of State website http://kepler.sos.ca.gov/ and search for the name. If it's available, you can register it, or reserve the name for a short while until you're ready to register.
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A limited liability company or corporation name may be adopted if the name is not the same as or too similar to an existing name on the records of the California Secretary of State or if the name is not misleading to the public.
You can check name availability by sending in the following form to the California Secretary of State: http://www.sos.ca.gov/business/corp/pdf/naavinquiryform.pdf
However, just because you are able to register the LLC name in California does not mean that you won't be liable for trademark, copyright or other intellectual property right violations.Ask a similar question