Much has been written about liability of parent corporations for acts of their subsidiaries, but much of the material principally concludes that there is no clear law on the subject. The present article is an attempt to illustrate several of the more recent cases defining various lower common denominators useful in analysing corporate entity problems related to parent and subsidiary corporations.
Richard H. Burgess, Liability of Parent Corporation for Tort of Subsidiary, 12 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 176 (1963)
Corporation Tort Problems (A Symposium)