1. Klein felt he had been unfairly fired by the

1. Klein felt he had been unfairly fired by the Beatles. What if he had simply told Bright Tunes information about “My Sweet Lord” out of spite, not to benefit himself?

2. Suppose that, during his employment by the Beatles, Klein develops relationships with all the top music industry executives. After he leaves the Beatles, he represents other music groups, negotiating contracts, etc. If it weren’t for his relationship with the Beatles, no one would return his phone calls, but now he has a thriving business. Has he violated his fiduciary duty to the Beatles by using information he learned while working for them to represent other groups?


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