Breach of Fiduciary Duty
A fiduciary duty is an obligation by one party to act in the best interest of the other party. The primary duties of a fiduciary are to act with loyalty and care. A breach in fiduciary duty claim can involve a person, business or other partners and shareholders. Examples of a fiduciary include:
MGA Law has successfully represented clients with complicated business disputes, including breach of fiduciary duty cases. It is important to hire an attorney who understands the complexity of these issues and will conduct the case with integrity and discretion, while protecting your legal interests. Contact our office for additional advice regarding how to protect your interests in a business matter and schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney at our firm.