Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Birmingham Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawyers
Did Your Advisor Act in Your Best Interests?
When you hire a brokerage firm or an investment advisor, the law recognizes a fiduciary relationship between them and you, the investor. A fiduciary duty means that the these people are held to a higher standard of conduct and must put your financial interests before other considerations.
Do you believe that your broker or financial advisor failed to protect you or acted against your bests interests? If you suffered financial losses, you may have legal recourse for breach of fiduciary duty. Contact our law firm to find out if you have a valid securities fraud claim.
Nationwide Representation – Breach of Fiduciary Duty
We help clients in Alabama and across the nation with investment fraud law. We represent people who have lost money through various forms of stockbroker misconduct, including breach of fiduciary duty. A brokerage firm owes a good faith duty to fully inform investors about the nature and risks of all investment products and must conduct securities transactions with the investor’s best interests. The brokerage firm also has an obligation to monitor theor client’s accounts and supervise the activities of its brokers.
Breach of fiduciary duty refers to deliberate acts or negligence which constitutes a breach – this can include:
- Embezzlement of client funds
- Excessive or fabricated fees
- Excessive trading to generate fees / commissions
- Misrepresentations or omissions
- Risky investments or overconcentration
- Undisclosed conflict of interest
- Using client accounts for personal trades
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Contact A Fiduciary Duty Attorney
Gordon, Dana & Gilmore, LLC is the preferred law firm for the handling and referral of sensitive business, personal and litigation matters that require “troubleshooting expertise” as well as a professional approach at a higher level.