The Legal Measures against the Abuse of Separate Corporate Personality and Limited Liability by Corporate

  • Daisuke Ikuta
  • Published 2017
While the scope of ‘veil lifting’ has been severely restricted in UK case law, two recent notable judgments, Chandler v Cape Plc and Thompson v Renwick Group Plc, have held that a parent company could owe tortious liability for the health and safety of its subsidiary’s employees. This article contends that the legal principle recognised in Chandler and… (More)