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Corporations — shareholder oppression — breach of fiduciary duty

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

Civil

Corporations — shareholder oppression — breach of fiduciary duty

Fred Furrer, pro se, appeals a judgment that awarded damages, costs and fees to HYRAD Corporation; transferred Furrer’s solely-owned companies to HYRAD; and liquidated HYRAD. Furrer contends that five of the circuit court’s findings of fact were clearly erroneous. We disagree, and affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2011AP123 Nelson, et al. v. Furrer, et al.

Dist IV, Columbia County, Bissonnette, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Furrer, Frederick J., pro se; For Respondent: Baker, Eric A., Madison


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