Becker v. Knoll, 239 P.3d 830 (Kan. Sup. Ct. 2010)

(case involves how, under KS law, a claim for self-dealing conduct is proven; trial court determined that plaintiff failed to make prima facie case for self-dealing, but appellate court reversed holding however that error was harmless; both trial court and appellate court made errors in application of standards to evaluating evidence and establishing burden of proof; case remanded to trial court). 

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