BELLIVEAU V. BARCO, INC.

On January 28, 2021, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals re-interpreted the parameters of fiduciary duty and the breach thereof in relation to third party sublicensing and clarified what was necessary for a fiduciary duty to exist.[1] In the case of Belliveau v. Barco, Inc., the Fifth Circuit ruled that the defendant in this case did not owe a fiduciary duty to the plaintiff as there was no formal fiduciary relationship between Plaintiff and the…

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Taher Kameli has been a founding partner of the Law Offices of Kameli & Associates, P.C. since 1996 and focuses on immigration and corporate law.

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Taher Kameli

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Taher Kameli has been a founding partner of the Law Offices of Kameli & Associates, P.C. since 1996 and focuses on immigration and corporate law.

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