n Stutz Rd. Ltd. P’ship v. Weekley Homes, L.P., plaintiffs sued a defendant for breach of fiduciary duty based on duties owed pursuant to an alleged joint venture. No. 05-12-01752-CV, 2015 Tex. App. LEXIS 11440 (Tex. App.—Dallas November 4, 2015, no pet. history). The trial court granted the defendant a no-evidence motion for summary judgment, holding that there was no joint venture. The court of appeals held that parties in a joint venture owe a fiduciary duty to one another. Further, the court held that a joint venture has four elements: (1) a community of interest in the venture, (2) an agreement to share profits, (3) an agreement to share losses, and (4) a mutual right of control or management of the enterprise. The court of appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision because there was “no evidence that Stutz Road and White agreed to share in any losses incurred under the Residential Development Agreement or that they had any right of control or management under the Residential Development Agreement.” Because the parties were not in a joint venture, the defendant did not owe fiduciary duties to the plaintiffs.