|Statement||by James J. Fishman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 367 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||367|
McCarthy's book "Faithless Execution" was better than expected. The first half of the book talks about the politics of impeachment in general, and as McCarthy pointedly states, impeachment is not a legal fight but a political one. McCarthy provides seven main offenses that support the impeachment and removal of President Obama from office/5(). The Faithless Fiduciary examines the enduring problem of opportunistic behavior by charitable fiduciaries, and the inability to create an effective system of oversight or accountability for charitable assets.\" \"The Faithless Fiduciary and the Quest for Charitable Accountability traces charity scandals, as well as attempts to counter such behavior from the thirteenth century to the present. The Faithless Fiduciary examines the enduring problem of opportunistic behavior by charitable fiduciaries, and the inability to create an effective system of . The moral of the story? Fiduciary obligations to clients can extend far beyond the actual written retainer document. Any breach will be taken very seriously by Canadian courts and faithless fiduciaries will be punished so as to ensure that others remain faithful .
thereof, but couch their relevant case law in terms of an employee’s fiduciary duties rather than specifically using the phrase “faithless servant”. II. Recent Cases Brought Under New York Law The Faithless Servant Doctrine is still regularly applied in cases brought under New York Size: KB. Mastering the Faithless Servant? Reconciling Employment Law, Contract Law, and Fiduciary Duty Article in SSRN Electronic Journal (4) March with 84 Reads. Download Citation | Debarring Faithless Corporate and Religious Fiduciaries in Bankruptcy | Fiduciary duties for the top governance officials of both business and religious organizations demand Author: Lyman Johnson. But, perhaps, the most potent weapon, at least in New York, is the faithless servant doctrine. The Faithless Servant Doctrine In New York: The doctrine first appeared in New York in the late nineteenth century as part of a one-two-punch adopted by the Court of Appeals to address employee misconduct.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The faithless servant doctrine is a doctrine under the laws of a number of states in the United States, and most notably New York State law, pursuant to which an employee who acts unfaithfully towards his or her employer must forfeit to his or her employer all compensation received during the period of disloyalty. The effect of contractual limits on liability for breach of an employee’s fiduciary duties; The amount of salary subject to forfeiture under the faithless servant doctrine; Become an indispensable adviser in the employment law realm with Bloomberg Law, a centralized platform that leverages innovative technology to support the way you work. The Faithless Servant: The news stories this past week about Kozlowski related to the December 1, order by Southern District of New York Judge Thomas Griesa in the lawsuit Tyco filed against Kozlowski about the approximately $ million of compensation that Kozlowski claims the company owes him under certain deferred compensation. By Pete Brush. Law (April 8, , AM EDT) -- A Delaware judge on Wednesday refused to dismiss a “faithless fiduciary” case in which Deloitte LLP accused one of its former partners of.