Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. v. Mobile Medical Systems, Inc
In Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. v. Mobile Medical Systems, Inc., 53 Conn. App. 484, 730 A.2d 1219, cert. denied, 249 Conn. 930, 733 A.2d 851 (1999), the Court held that piercing the corporate veil was proper because the defendant, the sole shareholder of two corporations, transferred more than $ 1.1 million from one of his corporations to another to avoid paying the plaintiff, held no corporate meetings to approve such transactions, did not file any tax returns or other documentary proof with the secretary of the state as to corporate existence, had no employees and had no equipment or property other than an automobile for the defendant's use. Id. at 488-92.
The defendant used corporate funds to pay his personal income tax and permitted his son to write checks on the corporate account. Id. at 491.