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What you are describing does not sound like that you need to add the corporation as an indispensable party. Instead, it sounds like the individual bringing the suit has sued in their individual capacity when they should instead be suing on behalf of corporation. If that is the case, you should be filing a motion to dismiss the claim, and reference the fact that the complaint describes injuries to the corporation and not injuries to the individual. As a result, there is no basis for the individual's claim in his capacity as an individual against the defendant.