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Did Someone Breach Their Fiduciary Duties? A Carlsbad Attorney Can Help

When someone is a fiduciary, they have a duty of care for another person or entity, such as a business. They have certain duties that they are expected to carry out while putting the business first, and negligence or a failure to do so could be a breach of these duties, as could certain intentional actions. This can create significant problems for the company, the shareholders, the executives and others.

Here at Dillon Miller Ahuja & Boss, LLP, we offer high-level professional services to help you with any conflicts regarding a breach of fiduciary duties. In the event of a breach, our experienced and dedicated lawyers can help you explore your options and consider what steps to take, including litigating the matter. We understand this complex area of the law, and we provide unprecedented experience and knowledge in Carlsbad, California. Our diverse and proficient team is ready to work with you.

What Are Fiduciary Duties And How Could They Be Breached?

Every case is unique, but below are a few examples of ways that fiduciary duties can be breached, resulting in legal action:

  • Undisclosed conflicts of interest
  • Self-dealing for personal gain
  • Negligence or incompetence
  • Breaches of confidentiality
  • Mismanagement of assets
  • Unauthorized use of funds
  • Failures to communicate

For example, executives at the business are expected to put the company’s interests first. An executive who sells trade secrets for personal gain has harmed not only the company but the value of shareholder interests.

Call Us To Explore Your Legal Options

Are you involved in a situation where fiduciary duties may have been breached? This is very complex, so we encourage you to call our firm at 888-657-1083 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our skilled business law attorneys.