the bills were paid for by the corp. but do we have legal recourse to him personally because he accepted past bills in his name and paid them?
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Potentially, yes. You can go after him individually if he's not observing corporate formalities. But you wouldn't necessarily want to -- his corporation probably has more money.
I'd consider a suit for the amount owed.
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