Piercing the Corporate Veil: Single Business Enterprise Theory After the Mortimer Decision
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide corporate counsel with guidance on piercing the corporate veil under the single business enterprise theory. The panel will address the increased potential liability for related businesses and the expanded circumstances under which the court may disregard the corporate form. The panel will discuss the implications of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision in Mortimer v. McCool.
- Single business enterprise liability
- Piercing corporate veil
- Alter ego liability
- Mortimer v. McCool
- State interpretation of enterprise liability
- Other states
The panel will address these and other key topics:
- What is the single business enterprise theory of corporate liability?
- What is the history and outcome of the Mortimer v. McCool case?
- How does enterprise theory liability vary from alter ego liability?
- In what ways do California and Pennsylvania differ in their analysis of enterprise liability?
Oscar A. Gomez
Partner; Chair of the Litigation Practice Group
EPGD Attorneys at Law
Mr. Gomez’s practice focuses on business litigation, including but not limited to business and partnership... | Read More
Mr. Gomez’s practice focuses on business litigation, including but not limited to business and partnership disputes. Among other matters he has successfully defended business owners against intentional tort claims; obtained six-figure judgment at trial against competitor businesses for violation of Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices and associated violations of Florida’s Trademark statute, and successfully defended business in Fair Labor Standards Act overtime litigation. He is a frequent presenter on business litigation topics.Close
Edward T. Kang
Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt
Mr. Kang devotes his practice to business litigation and other litigation involving business entities. Rated AV... | Read More
Mr. Kang devotes his practice to business litigation and other litigation involving business entities. Rated AV Preeminent on Martindale-Hubbell, he is recognized as providing exceptional legal counsel and support to his clients. Unlike many litigation attorneys who never, or rarely, try a case in court, Mr. Kang regularly tries cases, including jury trials.Close
Ms. Cronje focuses her practice on representing corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of litigation... | Read More
Ms. Cronje focuses her practice on representing corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of litigation in state and federal courts involving commercial disputes, breach of contract actions, real estate matters, and employment matters. She assists with every phase of dispute resolution, including drafting pleadings and dispositive motions, managing e-discovery, taking and defending depositions, prepping witnesses, handling hearings, engaging in mediation, and negotiating settlements. Anneke has experience in handling matters in both state and federal courts, as well as arbitrating matters before the AAA.Close