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The Law of Fiduciary Duties in the 21st Century

Presented by Rafael Chodos & San Diego County Law Library

(4,745 Ratings)
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Course Description

Length: 1h 1min    Published: 1/20/2017    
The law of fiduciary duties has been around for a very long time, and incorporates contract, property, and tort law. This program presents the basic outline of fiduciary law. Rafael Chodos, author of "Fiduciary Law & Practice", will take the audience on a journey through this fundamental legal discipline, helping viewers understand the elements of fiduciary duties, where they fit in the overall architecture of the law, and how this law is changing in the 21st Century.
Learning Objectives
* Explore the history and evolution of fiduciary law in the U.S.
* Understand the elements of fiduciary duties
* Get an update on the latest developments of fiduciary law
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Presented By:

Rafael Chodos

Woodland Hills, California

310.293.1857

rafael@chodos.com

San Diego County Law Library

San Diego, California

619-531-3900

refdesk@sdlawlibrary.org

Featured Reviews

"Professor Chodos is a gifted teacher, comfortable with whatever topic he presents. A+++"

   Pierce O

"I enjoy this instructor very much. He makes you think."

   Michael S

"This lecture made you really think about the scope of the fiduciary duty, and to critically articulate your duty to each party to a transaction or relationship. This gentleman gets 10 stars."

   Rennie R

"This is one of the least effective CLE's I've experienced. The written materials are inadequate - as far as I can tell, this was a preview of the speaker's book for law school consumption. Constant references to the speaker's book wasted time and made little sense since I was unable to see what the audience presumable saw - pages of his book."

   Leslie S