Haro v. Ibarra, No. B213499
In an action brought by doctors who were former shareholders of a medical corporation, trial court's dismissal of the complaint is reversed and remanded where: 1) the second amended complaint states a cause of action; and 2) equitable circumstances alleged in the case warrant an exception to the requirement that plaintiffs maintain continuous ownership of the shares in order to bring a shareholder derivative action.
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Filed December 23, 2009
Opinion by Judge Chaney
For Appellant: Nunziato Buckley Weber, Tom A. Nunziato and Illece Buckley Weber
For Appellee: Christensen & Auer, Stephen G. Auer and Vicki C. Gadbois; Herzfeld & Rubin, Craig L. Winterman and Stephanie L. Rockey; Reback, McAndrews, Kjar, Warford & Stockalper, Robert C. Reback and Thien T. Nguyen
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