Can the officers of a dissolved corporation be liable for corporations liabiliti
I was an independent contractor serving as CEO of a small corporation incorporated in Oregon. The Corporation had a client that purchased a product that was never delivered by the corporation's vendor. The client paid and so did this corporation. The Corporation has since been dissolved and the client is threatning to file a lawsuit against the dissolved corporation and the three officers(two of us were independent contractors not on any corporate paperwork). Can I be held liable and be sued for business ventures of the corporation?
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Re: Can the officers of a dissolved corporation be liable for corporations liabi
You can be sued. The real questionis whether any real, viable claim exists. Based upon your statement, it probably does not.
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