This week, Live from Seattle!

Could it have been only a year ago that we did our very first live episode of Current Issues in Credit Unions From the NAFCU Compliance Conference in Orlando, Florida?  That experience went so well that the good people at NAFCU have asked us back and most of the CIiCU gang is bound for Seattle…

Piercing the Corporate Veil: A General Overview of the Exception Creditors Can Use to Find Individual Shareholders Liable for Corporate Debts

by David S. Brown, Esq. A fundamental rule of corporate law is that shareholders, officers and directors are not liable for the debts of the corporation.[1] In this respect, individuals find the corporate form useful because it creates a division between shareholders and their business concerns.[2] Simply put, the corporate form insulates individual shareholders from…