Litigating Breach Of Fiduciary Duty

Business owners should be able to trust their partners to protect the financial investments and assets of their company. After all, a business' financial health directly correlates with a business' success. If there is a breach of fiduciary duty, it could seriously damage your business' ventures and reputation.

If your business suffers from a breach of fiduciary duty, you can file a civil lawsuit to recover reparations. Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C., has been a leading business law firm in Central Texas since 1976. We have over 40 years-worth of experience and cost-effective service that you can rely on to give you the advantage in your case.

Recovering Damages Through Fiduciary Litigation

If you suspect a breach of fiduciary duty, your first priority is to protect your business. We understand that, and that is why we handle your legal concerns so you can concentrate on securing your business affairs.

Our business lawyers always put our clients' needs first. We craft strategic solutions that protect your rights and your business while guiding you through the process of your civil claim to prove:

  • The accused held a fiduciary duty to your business, such as an investor or shareholder.
  • They breached this responsibility through fraud, neglect or conflict of interest.
  • Your business suffered damages because of this breach of duty.

At Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C., we are committed to client success. We are proactive in providing our clients with seasoned counsel to prevent fiduciary disputes and handle any challenges you may come up against. We hold ourselves to high standards to help protect your business endeavors and reputation from bad faith.

Contact Us For Litigation Excellence

Our firm has built a reputation of success for over 40 years. Put our experience to work for your business by calling our Austin office at 512-476-2622 or sending an email to arrange a consultation with an experienced attorney.

  • Austin Bar Association
  • ABA Defending Liberty Pursuing Justice
  • State Bar of Texas