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Jennifer Seaman on Trusts – LexisNexis webinar


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Jennifer Seaman, Outer Temple barrister, co-hosts webinar today, focusing on Trusts, Pensions and Trusts Management.

Speaking with Alan Kitcher, Head of Trusts and Probate at Charles Russell Speechlys, Jennifer covers the challenges of: trust management, trust accounts, duties of trustees, applications to court and trust compliance issues.

The seminar is suitable for trustees, beneficiaries and trust professionals. It will also be of benefit to trust advisors needing additional legal support for the ongoing benefit of their clients.

Click here to see a snapshot. Or, visit here to view Jenny and Alan’s thoughts on trusts and pensions, trust management including accounts, tax returns and compliance issues.

Jennifer Seaman’s practice includes all areas of chancery and commercial litigation. She has a particular emphasis on pensions, trusts and probate disputes, contractual and commercial disputes. Jennifer also takes instructions on civil fraud, professional negligence, company and partnership disputes, property and insolvency.

She regularly appears as a sole advocate in the High Court. She has also appeared, as junior counsel, in the Court of Appeal and in the Supreme Court. Similarly, Jennifer acted in two high-profile Supreme Court cases: Futter v HMRC [2013] UKSC 26 (trustee powers and mistaken dispositions) and Benedetti v Sawiris [2013] UKSC 50 (restitution and quantum meruit awards).

Jennifer was appointed to the Attorney General’s B Panel in June 2016. Through this appointment, she has advised a number of government departments and agencies (including the Ministry of Justice, the Home Office, Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority and the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy) on issues concerning trusts, trustee powers and pensions law.

Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 recommend Jennifer as a Leading Junior in the field of Pensions.

Finally, should you want to instruct Jennifer, please contact clerks@outertemple.com.


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