Accordingly, this Article will examine three recent cases closely and then make observations about what these "descendants of Fassihi" say about the state of the law and how they should impact attorney behavior. To provide proper context for this discussion, a short summary of Fassihi and other contemporary responses to the issues raised in Fassihi follows.
Fassihi v. Sommers, Schwartz, Silver, Schwartz & Taylor, P.C.
Place of Original Publication
Indiana Law Review
38 Indiana Law Review 177 (2005)
Rossman, Matthew, "The Descendants of Fassihi: A Comparative Analysis of Recent Cases Addressing the Fiduciary Claims of Disgruntled Constituents Against Attorneys Representing Closely-Held Entities" (2005). Faculty Publications. 117.