ForensisGroup Fiduciary Expert Witnesses have substantial experience complex business and corporate governance.
A fiduciary has an obligation to act in the best interests of a client and cannot act in a way adverse to the client’s interests or acting for their own benefit. The fiduciary must exercise all of his or her skill, care, and diligence when acting for the client. A person acting as a fiduciary is held to a high standard of honesty and disclosure to the client. These standards of care, skill, and diligence in his or her actions are often the focus of lawsuits involving business decisions and the fiduciary’s authority to make business decisions: some fiduciary conduct may constitute a breach of fiduciary duty. ForensisGroup Fiduciary Duty Experts have a deep understanding of business management, executive standards, and business process reviews and audits. Expertise in this area of Financial Management includes financial disputes, accounting and economic analysis, commercial matters involving business interruption, liability, as well as breach of contract—all of which can play a part in the fiduciary’s duty to the company, shareholders, other officers, and other partners.
ForensisGroup Fiduciary Expert Witnesses have assisted with the preparation of cases and in investigations dealing with breach of fiduciary duty, fiduciary bad conduct review; trustee financial wrong doing and malfeasance, self-dealing, and corporate governance with corporate officer responsibilities and duties.
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