Dysart v. Dragpipe Saloon, LLC 2019 SD 52
Recently, the South Dakota Supreme Court ruled on a case involving the involuntary judicial disillusionment of a limited liability company (LLC). In Dysart v. Dragpipe Saloon, LLC, some of the members of the LLC sought judicial dissolution of the LLC after unsuccessfully attempting to sell their interest in the LLC. The business had been unprofitable and had recently become only mildly profitable.
Talbot J. Wieczorek Recognized in Best Lawyers
Please help us congratulate one of our attorneys, Talbot J. Wieczorek, on his recognition in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for his work in Administrative/Regulatory Law, Commercial Litigation, and Corporate Law.
Free Estate Planning Seminar September 12th
Learn the basics of what every family should do to establish or update their estate plan. One of our attorneys, Patrick Goetzinger, along with several others will be presenting “Free Estate Planning Seminar” tomorrow, September 12th from 3 pm- 5 pm at The University Center in Lecture Hall Room 112 in Rapid City.
Marty Jackley Becomes Jones County States Attorney
On August 27th, 2019, Marty Jackley was sworn in to serve as the Jones County States Attorney. Marty previously served as Attorney General and US Attorney for South Dakota, and he is currently a partner at the Gunderson Palmer Law Firm.
Attorney Sara Frankenstein Elected to Board of Directors for Sentinel Federal Credit Union
Sentinel Federal Credit Union of Rapid City, South Dakota has appointed attorney Sara Frankenstein to its board of directors for a three-year term. Sara is the city attorney for three towns and represents a number of charitable organizations, individuals, and businesses in the Black Hills area and beyond.
Attorney Katie Cook Accepted to the 2019 Leadership Rapid City Class
Katie Cook has been accepted into the 2019 Leadership Rapid City class. Leadership Rapid City (LRC), sponsored by the Rapid City Area Chamber of Commerce, was organized in 1981. Since inception, it has graduated more than 1000 leaders into the Rapid City area. The 12-week program is designed to promote a better understanding of this community, build and enhance leadership skills, and develop a strong network of community leaders.