November Law for Lunch - The Consequences of Fiduciary Breaches
Tuesday, November 14, 2023 (12:30 PM - 1:30 PM) (CST)
Join us for the November Law For Lunch CLE event on November 14, 2023, from 12:30-1:30 pm Central Time via Zoom. In this session, we will delve into the world of fiduciary litigation with South Dakota attorneys Pamela Reiter and Jason Sutton. Together, they will explore situations involving both intentional and unintentional breaches of fiduciary duty by a fiduciary. Fiduciary litigation involves complex legal disputes related to the duties and responsibilities of fiduciaries, such as trustees, executors, guardians, attorneys-in-fact, and financial advisors, in managing assets and affairs on behalf of others. Understanding the nuances of these cases is crucial for legal professionals seeking to provide effective representation and advice in this area of law. Pamela Reiter and Jason Sutton will bring their wealth of knowledge and practical insights to the virtual table. They will guide participants through recent cases decided by the South Dakota Supreme Court and discuss other cases that shed light on this developing area of the law. By examining real-world examples, attendees will gain an understanding of the evolving legal landscape and emerging trends in fiduciary litigation. This Law For Lunch CLE event promises to be an invaluable resource for attorneys, legal professionals, and anyone interested in fiduciary litigation. Whether you are seeking to enhance your expertise in this area or simply stay up-to-date with the latest developments, this session will provide the knowledge and insights you need. Register now to secure your spot and join us on November 14, 2023!
Attendees will learn about recent developments in the area of fiduciary litigation and gain an understanding for what issues remain unclear regarding breaches of fiduciary duties by fiduciaries.
For logistics and registration inquiries, please contact the State Bar office at 605-224-7554 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.