Piercing the Corporate Veil: Minimizing Alter Ego Liability for Subsidiaries, Affiliates and Related Entities
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine the latest case law trends regarding piercing the corporate veil across several states. The panel will address the application of the doctrine to LLCs and best practices for litigating piercing the corporate veil cases.
- Latest case law trends regarding piercing the corporate veil claims
- Application of doctrine to LLCs
- Litigating piercing the corporate veil cases
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What factors do courts look at in applying the piercing the corporate veil doctrine?
- Are there key differences between the methods for piercing the veil of a corporation versus an LLC?
- What are some key considerations and best practices for corporations and related entities defending alter ego liability claims?
Matthew A. Lipman
McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter
Mr. Lipman focuses his practice on complex litigation matters, particularly those involving commercial and banking... | Read More
Mr. Lipman focuses his practice on complex litigation matters, particularly those involving commercial and banking disputes, construction projects and fraud. He regularly assists clients with complex transactions involving businesses and real property including asset purchase agreements, stock transfers and commercial property sales and purchases. He also represents insurance companies in subrogation and recovery matters related to fidelity bonds and employee dishonesty policies, and represents banks in litigation and collection matters and those involving foreclosures, workouts, forbearance agreements and bankruptcies.Close
Brett M. Larson
Messerli & Kramer
Mr. Larson is the Chair of his firm's Business Services Department, which oversees the corporate, banking,... | Read More
Mr. Larson is the Chair of his firm's Business Services Department, which oversees the corporate, banking, real estate, estate planning and intellectual property practice groups. He focuses his practice in the areas of corporate governance and succession planning, mergers and acquisitions, and domestic and international transactions for businesses and estate planning and asset protection for business owners and high net worth individuals. He serves as outside general counsel to many businesses including start ups, small businesses, and global corporations.Close
Nathan J. Nelson
Messerli & Kramer
Mr. Nelson focuses his practice on addressing general and specific business matters, including start-ups,... | Read More
Mr. Nelson focuses his practice on addressing general and specific business matters, including start-ups, acquisitions, dissolutions and mergers. He also has extensive experience in business succession and tax planning issues. Further, he drafts tax efficient estate planning instruments to transfer wealth from one generation to another.Close