William Rich is extremely wealthy entrepreneur who has owned different businesses. William sold some of businesses while others failed and ended up in bankruptcy. Most freshly, William incorporated DSM with himself as the sole shareholder. He invested $5,000 in company as a capital contribution. DSM then bought 1,000 acres of land for $500,000 with intent to develop an upscale subdivision. Nine months later, DSM became not capable to pay its bills. As one of the DSM’s creditors, your business seeks to pierce corporation and hold William personally responsible for the company’s debts. Will your business be successful in holding William accountable for the DSM's debts? What information is significant when conducting this type of an investigation? Discuss the best legal and ethical arguments to hold William accountable and then describe the best counter arguments in this condition (the arguments which William would make to deny liability). Discuss your conclusion after your investigation is completed.