Self-dealing takes place when a trustee or individual in a position of trust – a fiduciary – fails to uphold their responsibilities. Often this involves a trustee taking advantage of their position to act in their own self-interests as opposed to those of their clients, corporate shareholders, or other such partner.
At Hopkins Centrich PLLC, our attorneys use their over 110 years of combined legal experience to help our clients defend against or pursue allegations of self-dealing. Crimes and civil claims that fall within the category of self-dealing carry heavy penalties. As such, if you feel that a trustee has engaged in self-dealing or if you yourself have been accused of self-dealing it is crucial that you contact one of our experienced attorneys. We are ready and able help protect you, your rights, and your business interests.