We provide decades of experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in breach of fiduciary duty cases filed in courts throughout Texas.
A fiduciary is a person who holds a special position of trust with respect to one or more other persons. Fiduciaries are bound by law to act in the best interest of those they serve. They are required to put the interest of those they serve ahead of their own interest.
Corporate board members, partners, spouses, attorneys, estate executors, trustees, and legal guardians are just a few examples of the individuals who owe a fiduciary duty to others. The attorneys at Siebman Law are here to help in cases where fiduciary duties are in dispute. We provide decades of experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in breach of fiduciary duty cases filed in federal and state courts throughout Texas.
Fraud involves the intentional use of deception to gain a benefit or other advantage. To be actionable, the deception must be under circumstances where the person deceived was entitled by law to reasonably rely on the one accused of deception. The deception can sometimes be the failure to disclose or concealment of material facts. The attorneys of Siebman Law have been prosecuting and defending allegations of fraud for decades.
We similarly have built a solid track record in lawsuits involving claims of fraud at the state and federal level, including violations of the Federal False Claims Act, Qui Tam/Whistleblower litigation,” and the Texas Medicaid Fraud Prevention Act. Our team understands the significant liability that can emerge in cases involving allegations of fraud and breach of fiduciary duty and we stand ready to protect our clients’ interests.
- Deceptive Trade Practices
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Securities Fraud
- Qui Tam, False Claims & Whistleblowers