A second injustice is a scheme to shift assets to a liability-free corporation while shifting liabilities to an asset-free corporation. In this case, all of the liabilities fell on the KPO debtors because they are the only parties named in the arbitration award. Meanwhile, non-debtor KPLP took all of KPO, LLC’s assets and all of the KPO debtors’ revenue under the PSAs. On these facts, the continued recognition of the KPO entities’ supposedly “separate” corporate forms would sanction injustice. Because the Court finds that the KPO entities lack corporate separateness and that recognizing separate corporate forms would sanction an injustice, the Court will pierce the corporate veil and treat the KPO entities as a single entity. Id. at *8 (citations omitted).