A “fiduciary” is a person or entity who can be trusted and is legally required to put your self-interest ahead of their own. Claims for breach of fiduciary duty arise in many types of commercial activities, including real estate, banking, investment firms, and partnerships of all kinds. The fiduciary duties arise in relationships between many professionals (banker, doctor, lawyer) and clients, principal & agent, employer & employee, and partners of all kinds, just to name a few. If you have been the victim of someone you trusted, you may have a legal claim for compensation for breach of fiduciary duty. I have substantial experience with fiduciary duty lawsuits in both state and federal court.