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Toronto trust and estate lawyer Ian Hull is scheduled to present at the Ontario Bar Association’s Trusts, Trustees and Trusteeships event today.
Hull, partner with Hull & Hull LLP, is slated to deliver an update on the law of undue influence and counsel’s role in avoiding claims of undue influence, along with how to navigate the new malpractice minefield in an “instant law” age.
In an excerpt from his speech, Hull says, “Undue influence and capacity are intensely personal topics. Some of us have encountered these issues within our own families or with our own friends and acquaintances. Some of us may have even had our own concerns with issues of capacity and memory loss.
“Furthermore, this is all being exacerbated by the complex and ‘rapid fire’ information world we now live in.”
The event runs from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Twenty Toronto Street Conferences and Events in the Ontario Bar Association conference centre on the second floor. Hull is scheduled to speak at 9:30 a.m.
To register, visit www.cba.org.