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Ensuring Your Contractual Rights Are Protected

Owning and operating a business can be an exciting yet legally confusing experience. With the multitude of regulations, countless competing organizations and numerous contracts that must be drafted and enforced, running a business can quickly become overwhelming. If you need an experienced attorney, we encourage you to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at our firm.

At Amendola Doty & Brumley, PLLC, our Coeur d’Alene lawyers for breach of contract understand the delicacy with which most business litigation matters must be resolved. Our goal is to guide you through this legal matter with the smallest disruption to production and company morale possible. If the matter must be resolved in court, our attorneys are fully capable of aggressively protecting your best interests through trial.

Unfortunately, the terms of nearly any contract can be breached, disputed or broken entirely. Whether you are facing a dispute involving an employment contract, noncompete clause, nondisclosure agreement, partnership agreement or any other type of contract, it is wise to seek the legal guidance of an experienced firm as soon as possible.

What You Need To Know About Fiduciary Duties

Business clients throughout Idaho have benefited from our skilled legal team’s more than 55 years of combined experience. You will find, as we have, that experience is the best defense.

Contact our business litigation law offices today at this toll-free phone number: 866-958-9512.

Fiduciary disputes can arise based on numerous circumstances. Both employers and employees must act for the benefit of the company at all times. This can typically be referred to as a duty of loyalty. Employees who accept a personal contract that should have gone to the parent company are said to breach their fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of the company. Likewise, if a stockholder can prove that the organization’s leadership is making financial decisions that are not designed to grow and expand the business, those managers may have breached their fiduciary duty.

Do not hesitate to contact our firm with questions or concerns regarding business litigation.

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