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Oppression, Breach of Fiduciary Duties, Freeze Out, and Judicial Dissolution – An Iowa Court of Appeals 2011 Analysis

The Iowa Court of Appeals addressed Oppression, Breach of Fiduciary Duty,  Freeze Out, and Judicial Dissolution in Jochimsen v. Wapsi Hunting Club, Inc., 803 N.W.2d 672 (Iowa Ct. App. 2011) (CLICK HERE FOR THE OPINION).  As described below, among other issues, … Continue reading

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The squeaky owner gets the grease…

5 steps a shareholder / business owner can consider taking to correct corruption 1. Become informed: The old adage, “knowledge is power” still holds true; if you are armed with proper knowledge, your chances of identifying and curbing corruption are … Continue reading

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Oppression / Freeze-out

Am I Oppressed? A Minority Shareholder’s / Business Owner’s Diagnosis In businesses and corporations (of all sizes) across the country, the law generally requires management to act in accordance with their fiduciary duties.  A fiduciary duty requires, among other things, … Continue reading

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