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Fiduciary Duty

Corporate Disputes Often Involve Fiduciary Duty

For many years, a trustee has been required to serve their beneficiaries loyally with the same regard for the beneficiary’s interests as they would their own. And a trustee must also surrender any gain to the beneficiary when the trustee has made a profit by serving their own needs while in the service to the beneficiary.  This duty of loyalty has been adapted by the courts to other relationships under the title of fiduciary duty. There are many instances of litigation where the member of a corporation is accused of a breach of fiduciary duty when this loyalty has been ...

March 17, 2018|Fiduciary Duty|

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