In re Tufts Electronics, Inc

In In re Tufts Electronics, Inc., 746 F.2d 915 (1st Cir.1984), the Court dealt with the Massachusetts corporate opportunity doctrine The Court held that because the corporate opportunity doctrine "is a rule of disclosure" it did not apply to the sole shareholder, director and president of a corporation because such person "cannot be accused of defrauding or concealing information from himself in his role as sole corporate director." Id. at 917.