Limited liability for shareholders? Don't count on it. Business owners form corporations or LLCs to shield shareholders and investors from liability. Still, the courts 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 with Dr. Amelia Nelson at the Jackson Student Center on Tuesday, May 13 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. and learn:
- Current laws that make you personally liable for the debts or reckless conduct of your business
- Measures that prevent the courts from piercing the corporate entity
- Best practices to keep your business compliant and protect your shareholders
Program fee is $45 ($55 at the door). Light refreshments will be served. CPE credits will be available. For further information or to reserve a seat please CLICK HERE.