Breach of Fiduciary Duty

A fiduciary duty is, among other things, the obligation that an individual has to act in the best interests of another party and to make full and complete disclosure of all material facts. A fiduciary can breach their duty by taking deliberate steps that will benefit themselves and otherwise hurt the entity that was meant to be protected by such a relationship.

When you run a business, the last thing you want to worry about is the fidelity of your management. If you have discovered that your managers have started a competing business on the side or they are taking advantage of fiduciary duty for personal gain you may need to assert your rights.

Legally, these cases exist in a complicated middle ground between corporate law and employment law. With extensive corporate litigation and employment law experience, our attorneys are uniquely positioned to handle these complex cases.

A breach of fiduciary duty may also be more than just a business dispute. Business owners could file a criminal complaint or a civil lawsuit against an offending party. We are able to provide assistance to help you file a criminal complaint in criminal courts for these matters as well.