(805 ILCS 10/8) (from Ch. 32, par. 415-8)
    Sec. 8. Nothing contained in this Act shall be interpreted to abolish, repeal, modify, restrict or limit the law now in effect in this State applicable to the professional relationship and liabilities between the person furnishing the professional services and the person receiving such professional service and to the standards for professional conduct. Any officer, shareholder, agent or employee of a corporation organized under this Act shall remain personally and fully liable and accountable for any negligent or wrongful acts or misconduct committed by him, or by any ancillary personnel or person under his direct supervision and control, while rendering professional services on behalf of the corporation to the person for whom such professional services were being rendered. However, a professional corporation shall have no greater liability for the conduct of its agents than a general business corporation. The corporation shall be liable up to the full value of its property for any negligence or wrongful acts or misconduct committed by any of its officers, shareholders, agents or employees while they are engaged on behalf of the corporation in the rendering of professional services.
    The relationship of an individual to a professional corporation organized under this Act, with which such individual is associated, whether as a shareholder, director, officer or employee, shall in no way modify or diminish the jurisdiction over him of the governmental authority or State agency which licensed, certified or registered him for a particular profession.
    All rights and obligations pertaining to communications made to, or information received by, any qualified person, or his advice thereon, shall be extended to the professional corporation of which he is a shareholder or employee, and to the corporation's officers, employees and ancillary personnel.
(Source: P.A. 76-1283.)