I am a physician shareholder in a medical group incorporated in California. Over the past year, the corporation's officers have ignored multiple emails in which I requested the record of shareholders, accounting information and meeting minutes, as specified in Corporations Codes 1600 and 1601. They have already amended the bylaws to make me ineligible to own shares as of 11/1/2013. They may be moving to ask the 30 other shareholders to vote away my eligibility to own shares even sooner, in order to avoid releasing the information I requested. I believe they are hiding something. I need an attorney to enforce my shareholder rights to information, and after we obtain the information, to determine if corporate wrongdoing and damages have occurred.