Collas Crill partner David O'Hanlon will be speaking at the Private Client Dining Club's breakfast panel: 'wealthy families in dispute'.
Sponsored and hosted by Lexis Nexis, the panel event will discuss the implications for professional advisors and trustees.
Taking place on Wednesday 9 May, David will be speaking to on & offshore legal firms, trustees and wealth planners who advise HNW clients alongside James Price of Stewarts Law, Steven Kempster of Withers and Nicholas Holland of McDermott Will & Emery. Ken Chapman from Bank of Singapore will return as Chairman.
Topics covered through the discussion will include:
- Case study disputes: panelists will share recent examples a private wealth dispute, commenting on high profile cases of Crociani & Pugachev.
- How to avoid disputes arising: panelists will discuss what trustees and professional advisors could do to avoid such disputes
- Guidelines for professionals in a dispute: how trustees & other professionals should behave during such disputes in terms of dealing with disclosure requests.
- Lessons from key cases: general discussion, including insights from Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing on GDPR obligations.