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Corporate Disputes including Actions for Shareholder Disputes and Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Disputes can arise between corporate officers, directors and shareholders. These disputes can upset or impair a business’ ongoing operations. Shareholder disputes usually arise when a corporate officer or a shareholder has committed fraud, illegality, or abuse, or has failed to protect the company’s interests.

A fiduciary duty is a legal or ethical relationship of confidence or trust regarding the management of some property or money. Corporate officers and directors owe a fiduciary duty to, or a duty to serve the best interests of, the shareholders. A breach of this duty occurs when one party commits negligent or intentional acts that harm those to whom the duty is owed.

Blakeley LLP has experienced lawyers who are committed to resolving these issues resourcefully and effectively so that the operations of the business can become seamless again.

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