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Piercing the Corporate Veil

Generally, the individuals who own and run a company are not liable for the acts of the corporation. Veil piercing is a way around this. Veil piercing typically involves multiple parties and multiple claims and can be a complex and confusing theory of liability. Nonetheless, a few key concepts can assist the decision maker in Read More

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Recovering From the Debtor Post-Judgement

So, you have a judgment, now what? Ideally, the prevailing party—the judgment creditor—will have vetted the judgment debtor’s assets before filing and during the suit. If so, the judgment creditor should have some idea of the debtor’s assets that could be used to satisfy the judgment. This knowledge will increase the likelihood of recovery, assist Read More

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Possessory Liens: Enforcement and Collateral Recovery

The Texas Legislature has enacted possessory lien statutes in the Texas Property Code to protect service providers who perform work on personal property such as motor vehicles, boats, and aircraft. This article is limited to the liens available to service providers who repair, tow and store motor vehicles. The purpose of this article is to Read More

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