Ohio Breach of Loyalty Lawyer
Fiduciary relationships are established when trust and reliance is placed on one another in a business like setting. Fiduciaries are subject to higher scrutiny and have a duty to act in good faith in furtherance of the other party's best interest.
Examples of fiduciary relationships include:
- Boards of Directors for Corporations: owe duties to the shareholders
- Majority Shareholders: owe duties to the minority shareholders
- Partners: owe a duty to other partners
- Banks: owe a duty to their customers / investors
- Lawyers: owe a duty to their clients
- Real Estate Agents
The lawyers at Triscaro & Associates are experienced in litigating breach of fiduciary cases on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants. If you have suffered financial harm and you suspect that is was as a result of the failure of a fiduciary to act in good faith please contact us today. Alternatively, if you have been sued for breach of fiduciary duty we have the knowledge and experience to vigorously defend such claims.
Our Ohio breach of fiduciary duty lawyers handle many business and commercial litigation matters each year. We are dedicated to advocating persistently on behalf of our clients throughout the entire litigation process.
If you wish to discuss a potential or pending breach of fiduciary duty matter please feel free to contact us today for a free and confidential consultation. Contingency fees are offered in certain situations.