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Small Claims – Piercing the Corporate Veil

WI Court of Appeals – District III

Case Name: Rock & Tait Exteriors, LLC, v. Mallorys, LLC, et al.,

Case No.: 2019AP1846

Officials: STARK, P.J.

Focus: Small Claims – Piercing the Corporate Veil

The defendants appeal from a small claims judgment in the amount of $10,559.50 entered in favor of Rock & Tait Exteriors, LLC, (Rock & Tait) against all defendants, jointly and severally, for roofing work Rock & Tait completed at Mallory’s Restaurant and Rooftop Bar (the Restaurant) in Hudson, Wisconsin. The defendants argue that the circuit court erred by piercing “the corporate veil” of Dreamstructure DesignBuild, LLC (Dreamstructure) and holding Jason Johnson personally liable for the amount due. We conclude that the defendants have forfeited this argument and their remaining arguments are undeveloped. Consequently, we affirm.

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Derek A Hawkins is Corporate Counsel, at Salesforce.

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