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Loss of Trust – Private Client evening seminar – 6 November 2018

Date: 6th November 2018, 18:00 to 21:00

Location: Trinity House, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DH

In this seminar, expert barristers at Ten Old Square will explore the practical remedies available to beneficiaries who have suffered financial loss resulting from a trustee’s breach of trust.

The speakers will discuss and distinguish between, on the one hand, cases where the breach of trust can be repaired by a claim to rectify or set aside the impugned transaction (which can often be achieved by consent)  and, on the other hand, cases where the beneficiaries’ best bet is to make the defaulting trustee personally liable for the losses.  In the same context the speakers will also examine the position of professionals who have advised on an impugned transaction.

This briefing is aimed at both contentious and non-contentious private client practitioners.

TEN OLD SQUARE’S PANEL

Chair: Simon Taube QC

Speakers:

James MacDougald: ‘Settling up – Equitable compensation and claims for an account’

Richard Dew: ‘As if it never was: Rectification and Rescission’

James Egan: ‘The Professional Liability implications’

Click here to read the full programme: http://www.tenoldsquare.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Ten-Old-Square-Private-Client-evening-seminar-Tuesday-6-November-2018-.pdf

PROGRAMME

Tuesday 6 November 2018

6.00pm – Registration with refreshments

6.30pm – Seminar commences

8.00pm – Seminar ends with drinks and canapés reception plus an opportunity to explore Trinity House with a Guide, out of normal hours.

VENUE

Trinity House, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DH

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Private Client practitioners – Senior Partners, Associates, Solicitors and Trainees

WHY ATTEND

A seminar for both contentious and non-contentious private client practitioners exploring claims and remedies for innocent mistake and deliberate breaches of duty.

BOOKING

The evening briefing is free of charge to attend. Please email lisawilson@tenoldsquare.com to secure a place at the seminar for you and any colleagues.

This seminar replaces the previously advertised evening seminar of 17th October which had to be postponed to the 6th November due to circumstances beyond our control.


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Ten Old Square is producing this event without the backing of a third-party sponsor or conference organiser. We have offered tickets “at cost” for only £ each. To ensure exclusivity, space at the conference is strictly limited but, if there is a surplus, any profit from ticket sales will be donated to The Bar Pro Bono Unit.

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