Jack and Bill are partners in a computer software company. They developed a word processing program that is remarkably similar to a Corel product. Jack telephones Bill at home one evening and says, “We should convert our partnership into a corporation before we launch this new word processing software. Let’s withdraw most of our assets from the business before forming a corporate entity. If we are sued by Corel, our liability will be limited to our business assets.” Bill feels a little uneasy and replies, “Let’s meet at 9 A.M. sharp to discuss this matter.”
Explain why Bill might be feeling uneasy.