Trust Administration Focus: Duty to Disclose to Remote Beneficiaries

02.17.16

David F. Johnson, lead writer for the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog, discusses the duty to disclose to remote beneficiaries, sharing information from the Texas Trust Code, common law, treatises, and recent cases to provide best practices for trust administrators when they are faced with disclosure issues.

Target Audience:  In-house counsel and other litigation contacts, trust officers, risk management contacts, and wealth advisorsat banks and financial institutions

Speaker: David F. Johnson

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