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Multimillion dollar lawsuits and rising malpractice insurance premiums have heightened professional interest in limited liability. In this Article, James M. Grippando examines limited liability as it applies to Florida professional service corporations with attorney shareholders. Grippando provides a detailed analysis of the Florida Professional Services Corporation Act and the court decisions construing it. He concludes that the Act as written provides limited liability for professionals in general and discusses public policy considerations courts have weighed and should weigh in determining whether attorneys in particular should enjoy limited liability.