Legal Advice for Fiduciary Duty — 18 results
Written by attorney Gina Famularo, 9 months ago.
Each spouse has a duty to act with the highest level of honesty and good faith toward the other when dealing with financial matters. What is a Fiduciary Duty? California law imposes a... more
Written by attorney Douglas Park, almost 4 years ago.
Do corporate officers such as CEOs and CFOs have fiduciary duties to the corporation? Do senior executives owe the same responsibilities to the corporation as board members?
Written by attorney Robert Mitchell, about 5 years ago.
What are the duties of a trustee to a trust and its beneficiaries, particularly regarding investment and financial matters?
This article examines the scope and nature of the duties of a... more
Written by attorney Robert Cohen, over 1 year ago.
The remedy of replacing a trustee may surface when there has been an actual or threatened breach of the trustee's fiduciary duty. A trustee may be replaced if the language of the trust... more
Written by attorney Anthony Azemika, over 2 years ago.
In a partial reversal, a California Court of Appeals has ruled that Trial Court was wrong by basing a sanctions order partly on erroneous belief that the parties continuing fiduciary duty... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 3 years ago.
In Nevada, a claim for breach of fiduciary duty has three elements: 1.existence of a fiduciary duty;
2.breach of the duty; and
3.the breach proximately caused the damages.
Written by attorney Christopher Greer, 6 months ago.
Managing Partners Have Heightened Fiduciary Duties Under Texas Law Overview “Transactions in which a corporate fiduciary derives personal profit, either in dealing with the corporation or... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, 8 months ago.
All persons involved in dissolution of marriage, legal separation or modification cases must be aware of the fiduciary duties that have been established in the law. These duties require... more
Written by attorney Robert Cohen, almost 2 years ago.
"Breach of fiduciary duty" is a catch-all phrase the law uses to describe when a trusted person -- a "fidiciary" -- commits a wrong against the person who trusted him or her. That usually (... more
Written by attorney Stephen Hance, about 2 years ago.
We are frequently approached by shareholders or members of small businesses struggling to figure out what duties they have to the company or whether others involved with the company have... more