Austin, Texas Securities Arbitration Attorneys

In many circumstances, a stockbroker or investment advisor will owe fiduciary duties to the investor based upon the structure of the broker-client relationship, whether the stockbroker has discretion as to the investor's account or whether a relationship of trust and confidence between broker and client has been established. Fiduciary duties are the highest duties under the law, and require that the fiduciary act in utmost good faith and fair dealing, loyalty and candor. No amount of self-dealing is permitted by the fiduciary. Breach of Fiduciary Duty can be a powerful claim on behalf of the investor and should be examined as a possible cause of action to be asserted in a securities dispute where the investor has been damaged.

To discuss Breach of Fiduciary Duty, or any other claim with a securities arbitration attorney, please complete this form or call 800-520-8526.