How to Identify a Breach of Contract

Posted on March 21, 2019 by Chris Kirker

A breach of contract is simply the failure of one party to satisfy the requirements arising from a contract. A contract may be binding whether it is in writing or an oral agreement between the parties. However, not every breach will give rise to a cause of action. There are four elements a party must […]

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What is a Fiduciary Duty and When Has It Been Breached?

Posted on February 14, 2019 by Chris Kirker

A fiduciary relationship creates an obligation to act in the best interest of another. The relationship can take on many forms, for example, a fiduciary relationship may be found between a group of board members and its shareholders, attorneys and their clients, or a trustee and trust beneficiaries. A fiduciary relationship may also be informal […]

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