Breach of Fiduciary Duties

A fiduciary is a person or entity in which one places a vast amount of trust in handling one’s assets and/or interest. Thus, when a fiduciary acts against the interests of the principal or for their own profit without the express consent of the principal, it may be met with serious litigious consequences.

If a fiduciary for your company, such as an officer, fails to act in the company’s best financial interests, even if their actions were not explicitly illegal, you may have cause to pursue a lawsuit for Breach of Fiduciary Duty. Contact The Campbell Law Group to discuss the circumstances surrounding the breach and develop a plan for the best possible course of action to resolve the issue in a manner that is favorable for your business.

For more information regarding breach of fiduciary duties claims, please contact us or check out our blog articles, videos or resources on this topic:

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