, "But I Know It When I See It": A Practical Framework for Analysis and Argument of Informal Fiduciary Relationships
Westfall, Gregory B.
MetadataShow full item record
The intent of this comment is to set out an analytical framework for ascertaining, from Texas case law, the existence or non-existence of a confidential fiduciary relationship. This framework is designed to help the practitioner, and the court, not only to identify the confidential relationship, but also to analyze and argue its existence more effectively.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Pacheco, Sarah Patel (Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Journal, 2012)Discusses ways to reduce fiduciary litigation. Concludes that fiduciaries can reduce potential liability through careful planning and by taking certain actions during the duration of the fiduciary relationship.
Destroyed Community Property, Damaged Persons, and Insurers’ Duty to Indemnify Innocent Spouses and Other Co-Insured Fiduciaries: An Attempt to Harmonize Conflicting Federal and State Courts’ Declaratory Judgments Rice, Willy E. (Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal, 2009)One of the most common and expensive purchases of the general American consumer is insurance policies. These policies can range from life to property protections. One of the key reasons for maintaining an insurance policy ...
Echols, William S. (Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Journal, 2014)Discusses what liability occurs when a trustee delegates discretionary responsibility to an outside source and that source makes an action that would constitute a breach of a fiduciary duty had the trustee made that action. ...