The Supreme Court, Queens County granted the Principal’s motion for summary judgment dismissing all six causes of action asserted gained him by Plaintiff. The Court found that Plaintiff failed to rebut the Principal’s demonstration that he was acting in his capacity as an officer of the company. The Court further noted that Plaintiff faith to set forth any facts showing, nor made any argument whatsoever, that the Court should piece the corporate veil. Sammy v. First American Title Insurance Company, et al., Index No. 24400/2008 (Sup. Ct., Queens Cnty., Oct. 8, 2019).
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