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    Motives and Fiduciary Loyalty.Stephen R. Galoob & Ethan J. Leib - 2020 - American Journal of Jurisprudence 65 (1):41-63.
    : How, if at all, do motives matter to loyalty? We have argued that loyalty has a cognitive dimension. This kind of “cognitivist” account invites the counterargument that, because most commercial fiduciary relationships involve financial considerations, purity of motive cannot be central to loyalty in the fiduciary context. We contend that this counterargument depends on a flawed understanding of the significance of motive to loyalty. We defend a view of the importance of motivation to loyalty that we call the compatibility (...)
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    Intentions, Compliance, and Fiduciary Obligations.Stephen R. Galoob & Ethan J. Leib - 2014 - Legal Theory 20 (2):106-132.
    This essay investigates the structure of fiduciary obligations, specifically the obligation of loyalty. Fiduciary obligations differ from promissory obligations with respect to the possibility of Promissory obligations can be satisfied through behavior that conforms to a promise, even if that behavior is done for inappropriate reasons. By contrast, fiduciary loyalty necessarily has an intentional dimension, one that prevents satisfaction through accidental compliance. The intentional dimension of fiduciary loyalty is best described by what we call the account. This account both explains (...)
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    Intentions, Compliance, and Fiduciary Obligations.Stephen R. Galoob & Ethan J. Leib - 2014 - Legal Theory 20 (2):106-132.
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