Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Breach of Fiduciary Duty Cases in Allen

Protecting Your Interests in Fiduciary Relationships

Fiduciary relationships are a critical aspect of many business transactions, particularly when it comes to matters involving corporate governance, partnerships, and trust management. In these relationships, one party owes a duty of loyalty, good faith, and care to the other party, who is often relying on their expertise or position to make important decisions. 

When this duty is breached, however, it can result in substantial financial losses, reputational damage, and even the dissolution of a business. At the Law Offices of Dan Chern, P.C., our experienced attorneys have a proven track record of successfully representing clients in breach of fiduciary duty cases in Allen.

If you or your business has suffered a loss due to a breach of fiduciary duty, call us at (972) 200-3078 or fill out our online form to learn more about how we can help we can help you recover. 

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What Constitutes a Breach of Fiduciary Duty?

A fiduciary duty is a legal obligation that arises when one party, known as the fiduciary, is entrusted with the responsibility to act in the best interests of another party, referred to as the principal or beneficiary. This duty requires the fiduciary to prioritize the interests of the principal above their own and to exercise the utmost care, loyalty, good faith, and diligence when making decisions on behalf of the principal. 

Fiduciary relationships can exist in various contexts, such as between corporate directors and shareholders, trustees and beneficiaries, attorneys and clients, or partners in a business.

The two primary components of fiduciary duty are the duty of loyalty and the duty of care. The duty of loyalty obligates the fiduciary to act solely in the best interests of the principal, avoiding any conflicts of interest and refraining from self-dealing or taking advantage of their position for personal gain. The duty of care requires the fiduciary to make well-informed decisions based on thorough research and analysis, ensuring that their actions are prudent and reasonable given the circumstances. 

A breach of fiduciary duty occurs when a party who owes a fiduciary duty to another fails to act in the best interests of that other party, either through negligence or by acting in their own self-interest.

Examples of breaches of fiduciary duty include:

  • Misappropriation of company funds or assets
  • Failure to disclose conflicts of interest
  • Making unauthorized investments or transactions
  • Providing misleading or inaccurate information
  • Neglecting to maintain accurate records or account for business finances

These breaches can have severe consequences for businesses and individuals alike, potentially leading to significant financial losses or the erosion of trust between business partners or shareholders.

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