The UK law relating to the fiduciary duties, owed by directors and employees to companies, is complex and involves several overlapping areas of law. It is, however, a relatively commonplace cause of action. Individuals in positions of trust within a company are often tempted to abuse their position in order to steal company secrets, set up in competition, and steal away staff and customers. Fiduciary Duties: Directors and Employees brings together, in one volume, the UK law relating to fiduciary duties and its modern application by the UK Courts and Tribunals. While the treatment of this subject is intended to be fairly high level, there will also be consideration of the practical application of the law in this area. Contents include: types of claim arising . contractual issues . issues in tort . fiduciary duties . breach of confidence . secret profits . conflict of interest and duty accessory liability . remedies.