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Andrew Hine

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Emma Jordan

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Kirstie McGuigan

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Kate Silbermann

高级法律顾问

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Caroline Tayler

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Robert Gibson

高级律师

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George Porter

高级律师

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Sacha Somerston

律师

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作者

Andrew Hine

Consultant

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Emma Jordan

合伙人

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Kirstie McGuigan

合伙人

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Kate Silbermann

高级法律顾问

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Caroline Tayler

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Robert Gibson

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George Porter

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Sacha Somerston

律师

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2019年4月26日

Contentious trusts newsletter - April 2019

Welcome to the April edition of the Taylor Wessing Contentious Trusts and Estates team’s newsletter.

This month we look at the more tricky assets which trustees are increasingly being asked to manage focusing on the pitfalls of holding cryptocurrencies in trusts and the latest trends in the art market. We also summarise the case of Cowan v Foreman which has cast doubt as to the efficacy of standstill agreements.

Cryptocurrencies – a digital minefield for trustees

Art update

Case summary

Cowan v Foreman and others 2019

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