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Richard Wilson QC is instructed by McDermott Will & Emery and the Dawson-Damer family in relation to long-running trusts litigation.

On Friday 17th May, in a hearing before Andrew Hochhauser QC sitting as Deputy Judge of the Chancery Division, it was confirmed that paper files are not exempt from the scope of the Data Protection Act, and that they should be searched for any personal information.  The case also discusses the position concerning legal advice privilege between trustees and beneficiaries.  To read The Lawyer’s article summarising the case, please click here.