Walkovszky v. Carlton

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Plaintiff

Walkovsky (hit by a cab)

Defendant

Carlton (claimed to be a stockholder of 10 corporations, each of which has 2 cabs registered to its name)

Plaintiff Argument

The plaintiff claims that all of these corporations are operated "as a single entity, unity, and enterprise". He also thinks that the stockholders should be liable because the purpose of the current corporate structure is to defraud members of the public.