Indiana Revisits Fiduciary Shield Doctrine For Only The Third Time

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This week's discussion examines the often overlooked fiduciary shield doctrine through the Indiana Court of Appeals' decision in Bowden v. Agnew which applied the doctrine for only the second time in the state's history and provides only the third Indiana case discussing the doctrine.

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