Resolving Breaches Of Fiduciary Duty With Strategic Care
A fiduciary relationship is created when one party has a responsibility to act in another party’s best interests. When a fiduciary fails to live up to its obligations, litigation may result on the grounds of such breaches of fiduciary duty.
As a firm with a strong emphasis on business law, including transactional and litigation matters, Cadden & Fuller LLP is specially prepared to aid our clients in lawsuits involving breach of fiduciary duty. We serve as our clients’ trusted adviser throughout every phase of the legal process for businesses throughout Southern California.
Our Comprehensive Experience Is Your Advantage
There are a number of different individuals and entities that can serve as a fiduciary, including co-owners, directors and officers, financial advisers, real estate agents and business partners. Determining whether a fiduciary breached its legal duty is complex, and often involves a detailed analysis of:
- The fiduciary’s duties
- What actions constitute an alleged breach of the fiduciary duty
- The damages suffered
Cases involving breaches of fiduciary duty often encompass several areas of business law. As a full-service commercial litigation law firm, our attorneys have decades of experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in breach-of-fiduciary-duty cases involving:
- Improper financial practices
- Misappropriation of funds
- Disclosure of trade secrets and other intellectual property
To get a lawyer’s opinion regarding your situation and to begin the process of resolution, call the Irvine office of Cadden & Fuller LLP at 949-359-4485 or reach out via our online form today.