The Pennsylvania Superior Court fit together the puzzle pieces left by previous rulings on piercing the corporate veil to determine that a general contractor could go after the sole owner of several different concrete companies to collect a judgment awarded the contractor against one of the companies.

In Fletcher-Harlee Corp. v. Szymanski, the court made no secret about the fact that the law is unclear in terms of when the presumption against piercing the corporate veil is outweighed by the need for equity and justice.

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