CC Johnson Trucking & Juice Express Piercing the Corporate Veil Case Study

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Johnson Trucking, Inc., owned by Pat Johnson, charged its fuel purchases to an account at Juice Express. When Johnson Trucking, Inc. was not paid on several jobs, it was unable to pay amounts owed to Juice. Shortly thereafter, Johnson Trucking, Inc. ceased doing business and was dissolved. However, Pat continued to provide trucking services as a sole proprietor. Juice sued Pat Johnson for the unpaid amount – about $35,000. Pat argued that he was not personally liable for corporate debt. What are the factors the court will consider in deciding whether or not to pierce the corporate veil? Should the court pierce the corporate veil? Why or why not

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