Dispute between two equal shareholders, a managing officer and a medical doctor, of a company founded by the doctor to provide intraoperative monitoring and diagnosis during brain surgery. The managing shareholder filed suit to involuntarily dissolve the company. The defendant corporation then cross-complained against Plaintiff, alleging several causes of action including breach of fiduciary duty and conversion. Plaintiff then cross-complained against the other 50% shareholder individually, and the company, in a shareholder derivative action, for removal of a director, and for breach of fiduciary duty.
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