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Flushing Plaza Associates No. 2 v. Albert, 31 A.D. 3d 494, 818 N.Y.S, 2d 252

In this case, MHH&H was retained to represent the defendant in filing an appeal from a decision which had pierced the corporate veil and held the defendant personally liable for the obligations of his former corporation, which had been dissolved.  MHH&H was successful in obtaining a reversal of the decision below on the grounds that the reinstatement of the corporation to active status operated retroactively to the date of its dissolution and therefore the defendant was not personally liable for any corporate obligations.

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