- Webinar: Alter Ego and Single Business Enterprise Theories
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Alter Ego and Single Business Enterprise Theories: Understand Who You Are Really Dealing With and How to Find Assets and Secure Payment
Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm EST
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This webinar is focused on understanding the fundamentals of alter ego, single business enterprise theory, and piercing the corporate veil. We will discuss the importance of understanding who you are really doing business with on the front end to avoid contracting with what may amount to a shell entity. Attendees will learn to look for the red flags that may spell trouble on down the road. Attendees will come away with a solid understanding of the standards and process for establishing an alter ego claim to pierce the corporate veil to potentially hold individual shareholders or corporate parents, subsidiaries, or other affiliates responsible for company debts. Attendees will be able to implement their understanding of alter ego gained in this seminar in their credit management practices to help them improve their company's bottom line.
Karen Hart, Esq. is a business attorney with over a decade of experience litigating complex commercial disputes.
In addition to general business contract and payment disputes, Karen counsels clients on real estate disputes, including construction lien and bond claims, lien priority disputes, foreclosure suits, and lis pendens. Karen also litigates lease disputes, commercial evictions, specific performance claims, securities issues, and business tort cases.
With a growing global client base, Karen also handles international dispute resolution, including international litigation, arbitration, and mediation, advising on international transactions for clients increasingly involved in global business and trade. She is a tireless advocate for her clients, employing the creative use of pre-suit asset investigation and preservation and judgment enforcement techniques, including international enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards.
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