Argued: February 12, 2015.
On the briefs:
Anthony J. Sineni, III, Esq., Law Office of Anthony J. Sineni, III, LLC, Portland, for appellant Mark Chartier.
Paul S. Douglass, Esq., Paul S. Douglass, P.A., Lewiston, for appellees Farm Family Life Insurance Co. and Joseph Miller.
Thad B. Zmistowski, Esq., and Megan E. Randlett, Esq., Eaton Peabody, P.A., Bangor, for appellee Gorham Savings Bank.
At oral argument: Anthony J. Sineni, III, Esq., for appellant Mark Chartier.
Paul S. Douglass, Esq., for appellees Farm Family Life Insurance Co. and Joseph Miller.
Thad B. Zmistowski, Esq., for appellee Gorham Savings Bank.
Panel: SAUFLEY, C.J., and ALEXANDER, MEAD, GORMAN, JABAR, and HJELM, JJ.
[¶1] Mark Chartier appeals from a summary judgment entered in the Superior Court (Cumberland County, Wheeler, J.) in favor of Farm Family Life Insurance Co., Joseph Miller, and Gorham Savings Bank on Chartier's complaint alleging breach of fiduciary duty, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and negligence. Chartier contends that there are genuine issues of material fact in dispute as to each cause of action that preclude the entry of summary judgment. We affirm the judgment.
[¶2] The summary judgment record establishes the following undisputed facts, which are viewed in the light most favorable to Chartier as the nonprevailing party. See Lubar v. Connelly, 2014 ME 17,
¶ 4, 86 A.3d 642. Chartier and Lisa M. (Chartier) Heward were ...