Piercing the LLC or Corporate Veil: Start to Finish
Sophisticated Insights and Strategies for Both Sides of the Table
Veil piercing is a powerful collection remedy used to bypass liability protections of LLCs or corporations to divest shareholders of personal assets. Due to the high-stakes nature of veil piercing, failure is not an option. Our distinguished faculty will navigate veil piercing from both perspectives to provide valuable tools and insights you can utilize to position your client's case for the most favorable outcome. You will also learn agreement drafting strategies, recordkeeping policies, and other techniques that will preserve the veil and thwart veil-piercing challenges. Stay up to date on this evolving collection remedy - register today!
- Know what key factors and variables influence the court's decision to allow veil piercing.
- Discover key negotiation and settlement strategies for both sides so you can settle your cases efficiently and favorably.
- Learn how to properly manage post-judgment concerns, including collecting the judgment and more.
- Keep the veil closed - pick up organizational agreement drafting strategies and other best practices for preventing dangerous business mistakes.
Who Should Attend
This intermediate level program is designed for:
- Forensic Accountants and CPAs
- Collection Officers and Managers
- LLC or Corporate Owners, Presidents and Managers of Finance
- Professional Liability Insurance Professionals
- Veil Piercing/Alter Ego Doctrine: How an Entity's Veil Can be Pierced
- Detailed Look at the Necessary Elements and Factors for Piercing
- Litigating the Case - Key Strategies for Both Sides
- Collecting the Judgment and Managing Other Post-Judgment Issues
- How to Avoid Top Business Practice Mistakes That Lead to Veil Piercing
- Tools for Avoiding Ethics and Malpractice Issues
Christopher Hawkins, Of Counsel at Devine Millimet
Sabrina C. Beavens, Partner at Iurillo Law Group, P.A.
Steven J. Dutton, Attorney at McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, P.A.
Davi M. Peters, Attorney at Welts, White & Fontaine, P.C.