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David Wallace was the president, chairman of the board of directors, and majority shareholder of Paper Imports, Inc. Acting as president, David Wallace negotiated a series of contracts that caused the corporation serious economic losses. As president, David Wallace failed to exercise the care of a reasonably prudent person acting in similar circumstances.
When substantial economic losses began to pile up, David Wallace insisted that the corporation breach a contract with Dunder Company in favor of a larger contract with Mifflin Enterprises. David Wallace hoped to reverse Paper Imports, Inc. economic decline through this contract with Mifflin, but the attempt failed. Paper Imports, Inc. insolvent and failed.
There were two lawsuits against David Wallace, (1) a creditor of Paper Imports, Inc. sued David Wallace alleging that the negligence of David Wallace had caused Paper Imports Inc. to fail to pay the creditor, and (2)
Dunder Company sued David Wallace claiming that David Wallace caused Paper Imports, Inc. to breach its contract with Dunder.
Who would win in each of these lawsuits?