Partners and shareholders in closely held businesses (those with few shareholders) owe each other a fiduciary duty of utmost good faith and loyalty. Similarly, corporate officers, directors, and business managers owe a fiduciary duty to all of the businesses owners to act in the best of the entity and not out of self-interest.
Unfortunately, some parties who are placed in a position of trust and confidence by businesses act in derogation of that duty and in violation of the duty imposed upon them by law. At Giarrusso Norton Cooley & McGlone, P.C., we represent clients who are confronted with business litigation related to breach of fiduciary duty and corporate mismanagement throughout Massachusetts. We have an established track record of success handling cases involving:
- Theft or conversion of corporate property or opportunity
- Fraud, deception and misrepresentation
- Conflict of interest
- Financial mismanagement
- Corporate freeze-outs
- Corporate waste
Our clients range from large corporations to individuals, and in every case they receive the same level of attention and outstanding advocacy for which we have become well known. Our priority is to help every client we represent return to business as usual while achieving the most favorable results possible in each case.
Contact Our Boston Corporate Fraud Attorneys
At Giarrusso Norton Cooley & McGlone, P.C., our top priority is to give our clients the tools they need to overcome difficult business litigation issues so they can focus on profitability and growing their business.
Reach our office in Quincy, Massachusetts, online or by telephone at 617-770-2900 to schedule a free initial consultation. Our experienced counsel can help you obtain exceptional results when it matters most.