In Colorado, you may now be able to recover attorneys' fees and costs expended in piercing a corporate veil.

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Based on the holding of Swinerton Builders v. Nassi, "a party who prevails in an action to pierce the corporate veil of a corporation may recover the attorney fees and costs incurred in that action if (1) the action was brought to enforce a breach of contract judgment against the corporation, and (2) the contract underlying the judgment authorized an award of fees and costs for enforcing the judgment against the corporation."

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