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Breach of fiduciary duty

Fiduciaries have a serious responsibility. People in a fiduciary role must act honestly and knowledgeably to manage the financial interests of the parties they serve. When this duty is breached and trust is broken, individuals and businesses can experience significant financial losses.

The most common fiduciaries are:

  • Bankers
  • Business partners
  • Executors/administrators
  • Investment firms
  • Shareholders, directors and executives
  • Stockbrokers
  • Trustees

Markowitz Herbold trial lawyers represent plaintiffs and defendants in breach of fiduciary duty claims.  Breaches can include fraud, conflict of interest, negligence and embezzlement. These claims can be complex and involve multiple parties. Whether representing the plaintiff or defendant, we know how to win these cases before a judge, jury, mediator or arbitration panel.

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