Tort/Negligence – Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Aiding & Abetting — Civil Practice – Standing – Res Judicata – Bankruptcy – CorporatePhillips & Jordan, Inc. v. Bostic Even if North Carolina recognizes the tort of aiding and abetting a breach of fiduciary duty, plaintiff has not alleged such a tort. Plaintiff alleges that each defendant owed it a fiduciary duty; therefore, none of them could have been outside aiders and abettors.
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Published: June 4, 2012
Time posted: 5:15 pm
Tags: Aiding & Abetting, Bankruptcy, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Civil Practice, Corporate, res judicata, standing, Tort/Negligence