Mark Baxter to present Trust Disclosure and Data Protection Webinar

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18 September 2017

CertaintyWe are delighted to welcome Mark Baxter, Barrister – 5 Stone Buildings, who will be presenting the next instalment of Certainty Expert Webinar being held on Wednesday 20th September at 1.00pm.

Mark has a thriving traditional Chancery and Court of Protection practice and accepts instructions in both contentious and non-contentious matters across the full range of Chambers’ core practice areas. He appears regularly in the High Court, County Courts (especially Central London), Court of Protection, and at mediations.

Trust Disclosure and Data Protection 

Mark’s Webinar will cover a consideration of the impact of the data protection regime on trustees’ rights and duties in respect of disclosure to beneficiaries.

  • Beneficiaries’ rights to accounts and trust documents
  • Trustees’ discretion and court control
  • Confidentiality of decision-making
  • Legal professional privilege
  • Freedom of information

Mark is a highly experienced Court of Protection practitioner and regularly appears before Court of Protection judges in London and the regional courts. His caseload is primarily concerned with Property and Affairs work and he has been involved in numerous proceedings for statutory wills (for existing beneficiaries, potential beneficiaries, charities, deputies, attorneys, and the Official Solicitor), gifts, authorisation of investments, disputed EPAs and LPAs, and the appointment and removal of deputies. He has been recommended for Court of Protection work in the directories since 2012.

Please join us for our highly informative, complimentary 1 hour webinar. Places are limited so register for the webinar now.

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