The purpose of this article is to explore the soundness and ramifications of South High Development Limited v. Weiner, Lippe & Cromley Co., L.P.A. To begin, the case holding will be summarized and the history of professional corporations reviewed. Special emphasis will be placed on Ohio legal professional corporations. A critique of the court's rationale and analysis of its implications will then follow.
O'Hearn, Timothy J.
"Shareholder Liability in Ohio: Confounding Attorneys and Others, South High Development Limited v. Weiner, Lippe & Cromley Co., L.P.A.,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 17
, Article 9.
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