Johnson v Komie

Recent Illinois Case: Johnson v. Komie

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In this unpublished opinion, the First District held that the sole shareholder of a corporation who retained an attorney to represent him as an individual did not have standing to assert a malpractice claim where only the corporation suffered an injury. The court also held that, even if the individual did have standing, summary judgment still was proper because the attorney did not owe a duty to the corporation.

2015 IL App (1st) 14-3300-U

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