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Dissident Director Who Harms Corporation to Further Personal Objectives Violates Duty of Loyalty

Directors owe fiduciary duties to a corporation on whose Board of Directors (“Board”) they serve and effectively to all of its stockholders. The fiduciary duty of loyalty dictates that directors act in good faith and not allow their personal interests to prevail over those of the corporation. Thus, a director may not use confidential company information, or disclose it to third parties, for personal gain without authorization from his fellow directors. This principle is often memorialized in corporate policies.

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