STEP LECTURE SERIES 2018/19
Lunchtime Lecture No. 4
Monday 5th November in the Dorey Room, St James at noon.
Henrietta Mason and Michael Cash, Penningtons Manches LLP
Michael Cash and Henrietta Mason will review the recent English case of Lewis v Tamplin and the current state of the law on the rights of beneficiaries to information. They will examine the request by trust beneficiaries for more information about the trust, the actions taken, outcome and implications for Trustees to consider.
Henrietta Mason, Penningtons Manches LLP
Henrietta advises on all aspects of contentious private client work, acting for individuals, beneficiaries, executors, trustees and charities in both domestic and international disputes. Henrietta is former vice chair of the International Private Client Committee of the ABA Section of International Law, current president of the Private and Family Law Commission of the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA); and a member of the Wills and Equity Committee of the Law Society, tasked with preparing specialist practice advice for the profession and working with the Law Commission on updates to the law. She is also a co-author of the practitioner text book Probate Disputes and Remedies (Goodman, Hewitt, Mason) and writes for a range of legal publications, including co-authoring a column on wills and probate in New Law Journal. She is a regular speaker at conferences in England and abroad. Described as ‘whip-smart and direct’ she is recommended in Chambers HNW and in the Legal 500.
Michael Cash, Penningtons Manches LLP
Michael leads the Contentious Private Team at Penningtons Manches. He specialises in domestic and international trust and estate litigation including disputed wills, breach of trust claims, administration of estate disputes, and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975. He has represented clients in numerous mediations, as well as reported cases, in getting their disputes resolved and has given evidence as an expert witness in court proceedings outside the UK. A member of STEP, ACTAPS and the Charity Law Association, he has been included by Citywealth in its Leaders Lists for the last four years and is a named individual in Spear’s 500.
Please arrive by 11.45am for registration.
A polite reminder that if you are hard of hearing please sit in the front five rows for the best auditory experience.
Tickets are transferrable to another STEP member or colleague on the day but they are non-refundable unless there is a waiting list and 48 hours notice is given.
Lecture will start 12pm sharp and last for approx. 45 minutes with 10-15 minutes for questions.
For booking enquiries or queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunchtime Lecture Number 5
Chris Moorcroft, Harbottle & Lewis LLP
21st November 2018 at 12pm
Dorey Room, St James