Breach of Fiduciary Duties

A fiduciary is one who must put the interests of someone else ahead of his own. Generally, a fiduciary is someone in a formal position of trust.  A fiduciary relationship can arise in numerous contexts, like:

  1. Corporate Officers – even Officers and Directors in small, closely held corporations are fiduciaries
  2. Partners & Joint Venturers
  3. Investment Advisors and Brokers

If you feel you have been harmed by the actions of someone in a position of trust, call us to determine if that relationship is one that involves fiduciary duties.