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Breach of Fiduciary

Philadelphia Breach of Fiduciary Attorney

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Fiduciary relationships are both ethical and legal in nature. When serving as a fiduciary, that person must put the company's or partnership's best interests first. At Four Rivers Law Firm, we understand how significant the fiduciary relationship is and how catastrophic it can be when someone doesn't uphold their duty as a fiduciary. Our business law firm has helped countless clients in Philadelphia deal with breach of fiduciary duty cases. We are prepared to use this experience to help you and your company. 

For personalized legal remedies to your breach of fiduciary duty claim, reach out to Four Rivers Law Firm at (813) 331-5056 or contact us online. 

Examples of Breach of Fiduciary Duty 

Fiduciary duty can take on many forms, including duties of loyalty, honesty, fairness, and care. Perhaps most importantly is the fiduciary duty to act in good faith and in the best interests of the party to which that duty is owed. 

Breaches of fiduciary duty can result in serious problems and significant financial loss. When this happens, it can be devastating to the individuals involved, their employees, and their company at large. Often, in these cases, the only option to resolve the matter is to seek legal recompense by filing a lawsuit. 

The following actions may be considered a breach of fiduciary duty: 

  • Insider trading 
  • Sharing trade secrets 
  • Taking a business opportunity away from the company 
  • Working on behalf of a competitor 
  • Making decisions to benefit one's own interests and not the company's 
  • Misrepresentation or concealment of important information 
  • Failure to disclose relevant information 
  • Negligent management of a company

When someone breaches their fiduciary duty, the wronged party or company can file a claim with the court and seek damages. To be successful in your claim, you will have to prove to the court that a fiduciary relationship existed, that the opposing party breached their fiduciary duty, and that you suffered financial damage because of the breach of duty. 

Call Us for Experienced Representation

Breach of fiduciary duty cases can be incredibly complicated. Whether you are filing a claim against someone else or have been accused of breaching your fiduciary duty, you must work with an attorney familiar with how fiduciary duty cases are handled in Philadelphia. The legal team at Four Rivers Law Firm has the skill to provide clients with the tailored strategies they are looking for. We are ready to use our extensive resources and knowledge to help you work toward a favorable resolution. 

Contact Four Rivers Law Firm at (813) 331-5056 or send us a message online to schedule a consultation with one of our Philadelphia breach of fiduciary duty lawyers. 

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