“H]e might put on a hat … and so escape.” Shakespeare, The Merry Wives of Windsor, IV, 2.

In February 2007 the Illinois Supreme Court in a unanimous decision held as a matter of first impression that a parent corporation could be directly liable for its negligence to the estates of two employees of its subsidiary corporation. Forsythe v. Clark USA, 864 N.E. 2nd 227.

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