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Kasten v. Doral Dental USA, LLC
Citation:733 N.W.2d 300 (2007)
Doral Dental was organized on April 29, 1996, by Craig Kasten, who was then married to Marie Kasten. In early 2001, Craig and Marie divorced. In February 2003 Marie began asserting her rights under the operating agreement and the Wisconsin statute to inspect and copy company records and documents. She began to suspect that Doral’s management was engaging in various actions adverse to her interests without adequate consideration of Doral’s assets. Marie made numerous requests of Doral Dental manager and their attorneys to inspect company records. Doral Dental opposed Marie’s request to inspect emails and other electronically stored files, asserting that the request was unreasonable and the operating agreement because it contained no limitation as to subject matter, and sought all emails over a three-year period.
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