Prof. Bainbridge posts about his latest law review article that he co-authored and which addresses, among other things, the alter ego theory of liability. For example, under certain circumstances, the theory allows one to argue that 2 affiliated corporations are so closely aligned that one should be liable for the debts of the other, or the sole shareholder should be liable for the debts of her corporation if certain factors are present. He discusses this in the context of the claims being made against many of the dioceses of the Catholic Church and the methods by which church property is held. Here is the link: The Bishops’ Alter Ego