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Individual Liability for Corporate Wrongdoing in New York: How Thick is the Corporate Veil?

1h 16m

Created on December 09, 2019





This program, presented by Charles Miller of Tarter Krinsky, will provide a step-by-step guide to understanding the threat of individual liability for corporate acts under New York law. The course will address the nature and scope of "veil piercing" and "alter ego" liability, using recent New York case law to provide concrete examples of conduct that will and will not subject an individual to liability for corporate acts.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the legal principles of veil piercing
  2. Examine the leading New York cases establishing the test for veil piercing
  3. Analyze how New York courts currently apply the veil piercing test

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