What is the Status of Fiduciary Duty Law?

Our attorneys are routinely asked questions regarding fiduciary duty law, so we decided to put together a resource where our clients can reference recent cases that reflect the current status of fiduciary duty law.  Continue reading below to gain some insights into these cases to learn more: Don’t Assume Your Assisted Living Facility Owes Your…

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Canada Ordered to Pay Winston-Salem Company Over $19 Million

On Monday, July 21st, Judge Rosemary Collyer for the United States District Court for the District of Columbia ordered the Canadian government and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to pay a Winston-Salem company over $19 million in damages for breaching a contract arising out of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. The plaintiff, Cruise Connections Charter Management, Inc. (Cruise Connections), entered into a contract with the RCMP to provide cruise ships as floating hotels for security personnel during the games. Judge Collyer concluded the RCMP breached the contract on September 26, 2008, and then formally terminated it on November 17, 2008 by declaring default. Cruise Connections is represented by Strauch Green & Mistretta, P.C., through lead counsel, Jack Strauch and Stan Green.

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Strauch Green & Mistretta, P.C. Launches New Brand

Strauch Green & Mistretta, P.C. (SGM) an innovative boutique litigation law firm announces the launch of their new brand and website,, which underscore the firm’s commitment to collaboration and leadership in litigation. This marks the first major brand transformation the firm has undertaken since its inception. The new brand highlights SGM’s continuing leadership in providing outstanding legal services with exceptional results in litigation throughout the United States.

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