Portland Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawyer
If you are a member of a partnership or own stock in a corporation, and have suffered financial losses because of a breach of fiduciary duty by an officer of the company, you want an experienced lawyer to protect your interests. The breach of a fiduciary duty is a serious offense, but often involves complex financial transactions or other dealings. You want a lawyer who knows and understands the law governing fiduciary obligations, one who has helped others in situations similar to yours.
Oregon Partnership Disputes Law Firm
At the Mead Law Firm P.C., we have worked closely with businesses and business owners for 25 years, including partners and shareholders. We have a comprehensive understanding of the responsibilities that corporate and partnership officers have to owners of a business. We combine large law firm experience with the high level of personal service and attention of a small law office. When you hire us to handle a breach of fiduciary duty claim, you will work directly with an attorney throughout the process.
Disputes Involving Breaches of Fiduciary Duty
Corporate Officers and Directors, Managing Members of LLC’s or Managing Partners in a partnership have fiduciary duties to act in the best interests of the company. This includes duties of disclosure, and acting in good faith, and fair dealing with other officers, shareholders and members. Officers and Directors cannot and should not put their own interests ahead of those of the owners of the company (shareholders or partners), and are not allowed to engage in activities that are considered self-dealing.
Whether you are a Director or Officer confronted with claims of Breach of Fiduciary Duty, or a member of a Corporate Board which has discovered this type of conduct, we handle all matters related to claims for breach of fiduciary duty. We will handle a direct claim in an action involving a partnership or limited liability company, and can help you protect your interests with a derivative claim against a corporation. Where a board knows about the conduct and does not act, we can help you seek damages for a corporate board’s failure to act when advised of illegal or inappropriate behavior.
Contact the Mead Law Firm P.C.
We provide a confidential consultation to all new clients. To set up an appointment with an experienced Portland breach of fiduciary duty attorney, contact us online or call us at 503-214-2712 (toll-free at 888-328-1440). We have considerable experience in arbitration proceedings and can help you evaluate whether to pursue alternative means of dispute resolution.