Lawson v. Athens Auto Supply and Electric

Decision of Georgia Court of Appeals - Complex Litigation


This was a complex case involving the fraudulent conveyance of machinery and equipment among closed family corporations to avoid paying an $11,800 consent judgment that resulted in a $149,000 verdict against the corporations and, by piercing the corporate veil, against the principal agent of the corporations.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 11th Circuit, Georgia | United States

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