Slights Sees No Dualism In Corporate Form

Professor Stephen Bainbridge and several others have taken note of Vice Chancellor Slights' recent consideration of "reverse veil piercing" in Manichaean Capital v. Excela Technologies, Inc., 2021 Del. Ch. LEXIS 100 .  Surprisingly, the question of...

Inside And Outside Reverse Veil Piercing

UCLA Professor Stephen Bainbridge has published several posts commenting on my post discussing Curci Invs. v. Baldwin, 2017 Cal. App. LEXIS 698.  The issue in Curci was whether reverse veil piercing of a limited liability company is possible in...

California Court Green Lights Reverse Veil Piercing Of Delaware LLC

Courts historically have applied the alter ego doctrine to "pierce the corporate veil" so that a shareholder may be held liable for the debts or conduct of the corporation.  California has extended the possibility of alter ego liability to members...

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