When ruling whether a transaction is fair, courts may consider whether: 1.) the fiduciary disclosed all the pertinent information; 2.) consideration was adequate; 3.) the principal received competent, independent advice; and 4.) both parties were sophisticated and equally powerful.
Levin v. Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation Inc.
July 2, 2012
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