This is a civil case, very different from piercing the corporate veil in a criminal base (almost impossible).


Author:T.J. Swoboda
Homepage:http://www.facebook.com/tjswoboda
Date:2019-04-02 01:06:28
In Reply To:I don't hold much hope, since like Wall Street, white collar crime seems impossible to prosecute. (nt) by Nosferatwo
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The answer is to not give companies, large or small the ability to incorporate in a way that creates that veil. This will not happen under the United States government as we know it. It may or may not happen in the People's Republic of America or the Christian States of America. It would definitely happen in "libertopia." Other problems, possibly seemingly unrelated, would spring up in its place. Sociothermodynamics, or something: The universe moves towards entropy, not order.


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