Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Arthur E. Palmer, of Goodell, Casey, Briman, Rice & Cogswell, of Topeka, argued the cause, and Ernest J. Rice of the same firm was with him on the briefs for the appellant and cross appellee.
Morris D. Hildreth, of Becker, Hildreth & Lively, of Coffeyville, argued the cause, and Harold Medill, of Independence, was with him on the brief for the appellees and cross appellants.
Supreme Court of Kansas.
The opinion of the court was delivered by
This is an action by creditors to "pierce the corporate veil" and establish personal liability of individuals for corporate debt.
Plaintiffs are two foreign corporations who furnished materials at different times to two Kansas corporations, Economotels, Inc., and Standard Buildings, Inc., the indebtedness for which was evidenced by a promissory note and in the form of open account, totaling approximately...
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