Private Client: The Use and Abuse of Trustee Powers
Date: 10th October 2017, 18:00 to 09:30
Location: London SW1P 3BD, United Kingdom
The Use and Abuse of Trustee Power
Our annual complimentary private client seminar and drinks reception was held at the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, Parliament Square, London, SW1P 3BD.
As well as an analysis of the modern scope and use of trust powers, we considered the application of trust powers to increase flexibility for trusts and to get trustees (and their trusts) out of trouble.
Award-winning silk Francis Barlow QC chaired a panel of recognised leaders in the traditional chancery field, who lead a thought-provoking discussion and analysis on this perennial but ever-changing topic. We covered:
- The modern scope of trust powers
- Using powers to update trusts
- Using powers to solve administration issues
- The (ab)use of powers to prevent or avoid litigation
The speakers were:
- Susannah Meadway
- Georgia Bedworth
- Leon Pickering
- James MacDougald
6.00pm – Registration
6.30pm – Seminar
7.30pm – Evening Reception
For further detail on the seminar, click here: Ten Old Square Chambers – Private Client Seminar – 10 October 2017
This event was free of charge.
Further information about the event including speakers’ profiles may be found by clicking here.
Francis Barlow QC Call 1965 Susannah Meadway Call 1988 Georgia Bedworth Call 2001 Leon Pickering Call 2010 James MacDougald Call 2011