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Gregor Hogan in Knect365 Asset Recovery Magazine

Gregor Hogan recently discussed 'Defaulting Trustees: A broad brush approach to interest' for Knect365's first Asset Recovery Magazine. The article considers how the beneficiary is to be properly compensated once a trustee is found to be in default of his obligations, with a particular focus on Nugee J in Glenn v Watson [2018] EWHC 2483 (Ch).

If you would like to view Gregor's article please click here