A federal court in Kentucky recently ruled that a former manager at a medical device manufacturer could be liable for breach of fiduciary duty for planning to start a rival business while working at the company despite not serving as either an officer or director of the firm.
FBK Partners, Inc., a manufacturer of medical tubing, changed ownership and saw two high-ranking employees depart to start a rival business. FBK sued the former employees for breach of fiduciary duty for, among other things, allegedly planning to launch their company while working at FBK and for recruiting other FBK employees.
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