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Beaverton Breach of Fiduciary Duties Lawyer

A fiduciary duty is a responsibility to act loyally and in the best interests of a client with whom a special relationship of trust exists, and to refrain from self-dealing. For example, a corporation’s board of executives owe a fiduciary duty to the corporation’s shareholders. Partners also owe a fiduciary duty to their other partners and the partnership. At Helzer & Cromar, we represent shareholders, partners, executives, board members and corporations who are bringing or facing allegations of breach of fiduciary duties.

To discuss your options with experienced Beaverton breach of fiduciary duties lawyers, contact us to schedule a consultation. We serve clients throughout the Portland metro area and in Multnomah, Clackamas, Columbia and Washington counties.

Oregon Breach of Contract Attorney

The business and corporate law attorneys at Helzer & Cromar will focus on building a strong defense against allegations that fiduciary duties were breached, including accusations of:

  • Failure to disclose conflicts of interest
  • Acting in one’s own best interest
  • Excessive executive compensation and other corporate governance issues
  • Fraud and misrepresentation

Our attorneys will focus on protection of your interests when you have been accused of breach of your fiduciary duties, by establishing that no duty was owed under the unique facts of your case, that the specific behavior of which you are accused is not a breach of a fiduciary duty owed, that no damages resulted from the alleged breach, or if damages exist, that they did not occur as a result.

A Legal Partnership for the Life of Your Business

In addition to fighting allegations of breach of fiduciary duties, there are several circumstances in the life of your business for which you may need legal representation. You can trust our office to provide legal guidance that brings results. We are strong advocates for the success of your business.

Talk To Our Beaverton Business Lawyers

For more information or to schedule an appointment with a solutions-oriented Oregon breach of contract lawyer, please contact us at (503) 626-2889 or email us using the contact form.