Piercing the Corporate Veil of an Alien Parent for Jurisdictional Purposes: A Proposal for a Standard That Comports with Due Process

Jennifer A. Schwartz
INTRODUCTION With the expansion of international commerce and the proliferation of multinational corporations, corporate structures that involve alien (non U.S.) 1 parents and U.S. subsidiaries have become increasingly common.2 Multinational corporations often establish subsidiaries and other affiliated corporate structures to benefit from tax, accounting, legal, political, and administrative advantages benefits of having such an arrangement. 3 By
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