London Trusts Conference 2017
Date: 22nd June 2017, 13:30 to 22:00
Location: Hilton London Tower Bridge, London, United Kingdom
The 2017 London Trusts Conference will look at Trusteeship in a changing landscape with Professor Charles Mitchell delivering the keynote address. The 2017 event follows the highly successful launch of the London Trusts Conference in 2016 with keynote addresses from Lord Millet and Master Marsh.
Leading experts will examine the impact of the recent judgment in Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing on disclosure of trust documents and response to subject access requests under the Data Protection Act, as well as a post-election update on recent changes to the non-domicile rules and the impact on trusteeship from an offshore perspective. We will also explore partnership law for private client lawyers, provide a robust discussion of human rights issues facing trusts and trustees in relation to trusts and the keynote address will be about ‘judicial encouragement’.
The conference will be followed by a Drinks Reception from 18:30, read more…
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