Duty of Good Faith

In Florida, Employees have a Duty of Good Faith to act in the best interest of their employer.  These are often violated in conjunction with creating a competitive company while still employed by your present employer.  The Duty of Good Faith suggests that employees should have an honest intent to act in the interest of the employer without taking an unfair advantage over their duty. 

The Law Office of David M. Goldman represents employees in actions regarding the duty of good faith.

If you feel you are dealing with a violation of the Employee’s duty of Good Faith CONTACT our Florida Business Lawyers by email or call us at 904-685-1200 to discuss your situation today.  We can review your electronic submission in this area as a free consultation, but in office consultations in this area are subject to a flat fee of $99/ half hour which will apply towards a retainer if we are hired to pursue an action on your behalf.