- 0,99 €
Hakemy Brothers, Ltd., Shair Baz Hakemy and Mohammad Yousof Hakemy (the Hakemys) were customers of State Bank and Trust Company, Dallas. They sued the bank, its president David Moore, its vice president Kevin Griffin, and its directors Clay Bright, Christopher Bright, Jack Hays, Carol Hunter, and Margaret Vonder Hoya for damages arising from a transaction with another bank customer, U.S. Stone. The jury awarded the Hakemys $100,000 on their breach of fiduciary duty claim against Griffin but denied them relief on the other claims. The Hakemys argue the trial court erred by denying them leave to amend their petition and that the jurys adverse verdict was against the great weight and preponderance of the evidence. For the reasons that follow, we affirm.