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Avoiding the Horror of Shareholder Liability for Corporate Debt

Under Delaware law, a court may disregard the legal distinction between an owner and the corporation and hold the owner liable for corporate debt, where the owner and corporation operated as a “single economic entity,” and there is an “overall element of injustice or unfairness.

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