Back to basics with testamentary capacity
Date:27 September 2022
8.30am - 10:30am
Kingsley Napley LLP, 20 Bonhill St, London EC2A 4DN
This event is free to attend but registration is mandatory.
Please register here.
The obligation now falls on the company to notify the Government of a potentially qualifying transaction.
During this event, our panel of speakers will answer the following questions:
The event will also look at the regime introduced by the Act and guests will have the opportunity to hear the unique insights of Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE, QC, and Will Jessett CBE. They will share their assessment of the Act to date, based on engagement across the private sector and with officials, and drawing on their own direct experiences in defining, reviewing and delivering the UK’s national security objectives. John Young will provide a brief outline of the Act, and Rebecca Niblock will consider the particular forms of criminal liability for individuals and corporates under the new legislation.
Lord Carlile is a current Member of the House of Lords, former Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation (2001-2011) and former Chair of the Competition Appeal Tribunal. Will Jessett was Strategy Director at the Ministry of Defence and held various other defence and national security roles in the UK and overseas during his 33-year career. John Young is a partner in Kingsley Napley’s Corporate, Commercial & Finance Department. Rebecca Niblock is a partner and co-head of International Protection at Kingsley Napley.
The seminar will be introduced by Sophie Kemp, Head of Public Law at Kingsley Napley. Our speakers will be:
You can register by clicking here. We hope you can make it and look forward to seeing you there. If you have any queries, please email email@example.com.
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