Limited liability for shareholders? Don't count on it. Business owners form corporations or LLCs to shield shareholders and investors from liability. Still, the Court can set aside even the best business armor to allow for punishment and award of damages. This phenomenon is called piercing the corporate veil and can put your business and shareholders at serious risk.
Join this CFO Academy discussion and learn:
This CFO Academy Event will be led by Amelia “Amie” Nelson, Esquire. Amelia “Amie” P. Nelson earned a Jurus doctorate with honors from Drake University School of Law in 2002. In 2010, she created Amelia P. Nelson, Attorney at Law, d/b/a APNLAW, LLC, where she currently provides legal consulting and assistance in employment and civil rights matters, personal injury and torts, and business contracts. Ms. Nelson is a full time faculty member at the Anderson School of Business. She instructs introductory and advanced employment law, business management law and advanced legal topics for the undergraduate, graduate and EMBA programs. Ms. Nelson is licensed and admitted to practice law in Iowa and New Mexico, and before the United States District Court and United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit.