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Wiles v. Wiles Bros., Inc.

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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

S-12-769, Bruce E. Wiles & Annette Wiles (Appellants)  v. Wiles Bros., Inc., a Nebraska Corporation, and Marvin C. Wiles

Cass County, Judge Daniel E. Bryan, Jr.

Attorneys: David A. Domina & Jason B. Bottlinger (DominaLaw Group PC LLO) (Appellant) --- Brian J. Brislen & Daniel J. Waters & Gage R. Cobb (Lamson, Dugan, and Murray, LLP) (Wiles Bros., Inc.) ---Michael B. Lustgarten, Britt Carlson (Lustgarten Roberts) (for Marvin C. Wiles)

Civil: Dissolution of a corporation 

Proceedings below: The district court dismissed the case for lack of standing

Issues: The district court erred in (1) dismissed Appellants’ complaint for lack of standing where genuine issues about the true ownership of the corporation were present; (2) finding no genuine issues concerning Appellants’ status as beneficial owners of WBI shares; (3) refusing to receive as evidence interrogatory answers and responses to requests for admission of WBI and Marvin Wiles and other exhibits relevant to the issues presented.

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