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October 16, 2013

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John G. O'Neill

Sugarman Rogers lawyers secure personal judgment against owner of defunct corporation

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The Massachusetts Appeals Court has dismissed an appeal by the owner of a defunct corporate tenant in a case in which Sugarman Rogers partner John O’Neill succeeded in piercing the corporate veil and obtaining a personal judgment against the owner on behalf of their landlord-client. John successfully argued, on a motion for summary judgment in the superior court, that the owner’s conduct–failing to properly fund the company, commingling of assets, failing to follow corporate formalities and maintain proper records, and use of the corporate form to effectively defraud the landlord–justified imposition of personal liability for the corporate obligation.

Read the summary judgment decision.

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