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Those Are Corporate Assets – You Can’t Seize Those to Pay My Personal Debt – Or Can You? – Piercing the Corporate Veil in Reverse

By Susan J. King, Esq. Traditionally, corporations and limited liability companies are treated as legal entities that are separate from their officers and equity holders, and the debts of the company are not debts of the owner and vice versa. The courts have, however, held owners personally liable for debts of the entity where the Read More

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  • "Obtained a judgment for condominium association in excess of $1 million against developer of condominium in Fairfax County."

  • "Defended an officer of a government contractor in a case involving enforcement of a non-competition agreement."

  • "Defended and achieved favorable settlement of wrongful termination and discrimination claims brought in United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia."

  • "Served as outside counsel to several franchisors, prepared franchise agreements, franchise disclosure documents and state franchise registrations, and counseled franchisors regarding franchise compliance issues."

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