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CAN A BREACH OF CONTRACT JUSTIFY CORPORATE VEIL PIERCING?

CAN A BREACH OF CONTRACT JUSTIFY CORPORATE VEIL PIERCING? By Samira Schakirova Law Clerk Bridgehouselaw LLP In a recent North Carolina Business Court decision, the court reviewed whether a breach of contract itself was sufficient to pierce the corporate veil. Plaintiff Kerry Bodenhamer Farms (KB Farms) and

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Secretaries of State Warn Businesses about Misleading Requests for Corporate Filings

Secretaries of State Warn Businesses about Misleading Requests for Corporate Filings by BridgehouseLaw Staff As companies enter the annual reporting season for 2019, multiple Secretaries of State have notified businesses to be wary of third-party requests for corporate filings and fees. The Secretary of State in West

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Tips for Staying Ahead of GDPR Compliance

Tips for Staying Ahead of GDPR Compliance by Angela Schulz, Associate Attorney Many individuals and business leaders are likely already familiar with the sweeping changes in international privacy and data collection standards, not just from international news media outlets, but also from our previous articles on Europe’s General

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