2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 180. Business corporations.
180.1911 Participants; conflict of interest.

180.1911

180.1911 Participants; conflict of interest.

180.1911(1)

(1) Except as provided in ss. 180.1903 (1m) and 180.1913, each shareholder, director and officer of a service corporation must at all times be licensed, certified or registered by a state agency in the same field of endeavor or be a health care professional. An individual who is not so licensed, certified or registered may not have any part in the ownership or control of the service corporation, except that the nonparticipant spouse of a married individual has the rights of ownership provided under ch. 766. A proxy to vote any shares of the service corporation may not be given to a person who is not so licensed, certified or registered.

180.1911(2)

(2) If any shareholder, director, officer or employee of a service corporation becomes legally disqualified to render professional or other personal services, consultation or advice within this state for which he or she was licensed, certified or registered, or accepts employment or is elected to a public office which by law places restrictions or limitations upon his or her rendering of the services for which he or she was licensed, certified or registered, he or she shall immediately sever all employment with, and financial interest in, the service corporation. A service corporation's failure to require prompt compliance with this subsection is a ground for the suspension or forfeiture of its franchise.

180.1911 - ANNOT.

History: 1989 a. 303; 1993 a. 473; 2005 a. 215.

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