A critical component is shipped from Asia, sent across Texas by a distributor, and used on a Fort Worth construction project before it breaks and causes weeks of delay. Who in this “stream of commerce” may be responsible?
The owners of a corporation are generally protected from liability for the acts of the company. Even so, under the “single business enterprise” doctrine, Texas law once held that a company could be responsible for the liability of another if they shared a name or operations such as accounting, employees, offices, and finances.
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