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Gregory G. Brown, named one of OC Metro's 2012 Top Business Attorneys in Orange County, discusses one of the most misunderstood topics in business law - The Importance of Fiduciary Duties in Partnerships. If this video helped you, please let us know and LIKE it!
In this short video blog, Attorney Jason A. McGrath discusses whether a partner (member) in a North Carolina limited liabililty company (LLC) owes a fiduciary duty to other partners (members). This is one of the more common questions that Mr. McGrath is asked by his business law clients. www.mcgrathspielberger.com If you are in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida or Tennessee please fill out our confidential client intake form for legal assistance. http://mcgrathspielberger.com/contact-us
It’s not uncommon for two or more friends to decide to start a business, but if you aren’t careful this can cause problems. That’s because in Texas any time two or more people decide to carry on a for-profit business it’s considered a partnership. It doesn’t matter if you intend to create a partnership or if you call your business a partnership. This is important because partners owe to the partnership certain obligations, including the duty of good faith, and being fair, loyal, and honest to the partnership and the fellow partners. Any partner who does not live up to these obligations can be held accountable by the partnership.
800.976.4904 http://www.franchiselawsolutions.com/reports/the-new-york-and-new-jersey-partnership-dispute-guide.cfm - If you are a New York business owner involved in a partnership dispute it's important you understand the fiduciary duties and obligations that each partner owes to one another under New York business law. For more information on New York partnership disputes request a complimentary copy of "The New York and New Jersey Partnership Dispute Guide".
A fiduciary duty in business is a service relationship where an individual who owes a duty to a person empowering the trust, performs a service. Understand how a fiduciary relationship contemplates a duty of the empowered individual with tips from a lawyer in this free video on business law. Expert: Robert M. Todd Contact: www.wearehdtv.com Bio: Robert Todd is the managing partner and president of Robert M. Todd, P.A. and Family Law Solutions. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
- http://www.franchiselawsolutions.com/reports/the-new-york-and-new-jersey-partnership-dispute-guide.cfm If you are involved in a New Jersey partnership, shareholder or member dispute you may have questions about fiduciary duties and rights. These are legal obligations that every partner owes to the other. It is important to know how fiduciary duties and rights in New Jersey affect your partnership dispute. For more information request a complimentary copy of Charles Internicola, Esq's book "The New York and New Jersey Partnership Dispute Guide".
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Plan members, particularly in a time of economic turbulence, look to the trustee to ensure that the plan is well run and that their benefits are secure. As such, trustees must act independently of the employer, in accordance with the trust deed, for the benefit of the plan members. This discussion details the key fiduciary duties of trustees, including: the definition of acting in the best interests of the plan beneficiaries; duty of impartiality and what it means in a trustee context; acting in line with the trust deed and rules; communicating to members their rights and entitlements; protection from personal liability; dealing with conflicts of interest as a committee member; and ensuring required contributions are remitted to the plan on time & invested prudently and that benefits are p...
Business Law II: Professor Sharma Lecture #8, Chapter 39 Chapter 39: Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships Date: April 11, 2015 Please visit our website at http://raw.rutgers.edu Time Stamps: 1:01 Limited Liability Company (LLC) 3:12 Uniform Limited Liability Company Act 4:07 Taxation of LLCs 5:13 Formation of an LLC 6:10 Articles of Organization 7:03 Exhibit 39.2: Limited Liability Company (LLC) 8:25 Case 39.1: Limited Liability Company 10:00 Liability of Managers 12:30 Management of an LLC 14:40 Compensation and Reimbursement 16:03 Agency Authority to Bind an LLC to Contracts 17:14 Fiduciary Duties to the LLC 17:31 Duty of Loyalty 18:03 Duty of Care 19:48 No Fiduciary Duty 20:28 Dissolution of an LLC 21:19 Payment of Distributional Interest 2...
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In the event of you possessing a SS card, you are in the "Realm" of financial compromise... However, that's only when you allow yourself to be placed in a capacity of a "trade operating in business" (vessel) by filing a 1040... Little do you know a general partnership has been created in regards to your standing in law... When you were born you were considered "Civiliter Mortuus" meaning Civilly dead! Correct your Status and act as a fiduciary and stop acting like a "Strawman without a brain" (allegory of the Wizard of OZ)... Disclaimer: This does not constitute Legal advice nor is it antigoverment. The sole purpose is for educational and informational use only.
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Business partners owe duties to each other and the partnership. They include duty of care, duty of loyalty, duty of obedience and duty of good faith and fair dealing.
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Michael Gray interviews Richard Lambie (a professional fiduciary) about why people should hire a professional fiduciary to handle their estates. What is the benefit of working with a bank or an individual fiduciary instead of a family member? What are the standards and oversight for professionals? Recorded for the Financial Insider Weekly, part one of three.