Piercing the corporate veil is a way to go behind the corporate form. Typically, people will incorporate the corporation to limit their liability, their risk to the investment in the corporation. It’s very difficult to go behind that corporate veil, which is the corporate entity, to protect your investment in the corporation, but there are situations. Those would include, for example, using the corporate form in a fraudulent manner or not abiding by certain necessary corporate formalities. It’s a difficult process, because the idea behind corporations is to allow you to have the security of investing in an entity that you can use, and your limitation of liability is whatever the investment is.