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Q: I am a lawyer in Pakistan and i wanted to know that, can anyone sue a parent as well as subsidiary company at the same

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Greg Freeze
Greg Freeze
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A: Yes. Depending on the jurisdiction, you'll want the Complaint to have the right kind of details. Some jurisdictions use fact-based pleadings while others use notice-based pleadings.

You'll want to bone up on "piercing the corporate veil" in order to be successful.

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
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A: If this involves a contract, check if there are provisions involving forum selection, arbitration, or other aspects of adjudicating a dispute. Such provisions could govern a party's recourses.

Tim Akpinar

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