Webinar: Wintle v Nye. 24 May 2021

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Charities UK SIG
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6.00pm (GMT+1/BST)

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1:00:00

Event Focus

Wintle v Nye: 
The story of a distinguished cavalry officer who made legal history, and its relevance to charity law (and beyond) today

Wintle v Nye [1959] 1 WLR 284 is known today as the foundation of the modern law of knowledge and approval. Peter Jeffreys TEP, Partner, Wilsons Solicitors LLP, will explore in depth the extraordinary story behind this leading case. After his victory in the case Colonel A D Wintle became something of a celebrity, and this talk aims to revive his reputation as well as reviewing the law on knowledge and approval and its relevance to charity practitioners.

Speaker

  • Peter Jeffreys TEP, Partner, Wilsons Solicitors LLP

Kindly Hosted By

Maurice Turnor Gardner

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To join the webinar at the designated time, prior registration is required. Please register your interest in attending the webinar by emailing Elisabeth Tooms, STEP Charities-UK SIG Executive Secretary, at [email protected]. 

Following registration, registrants will receive an email containing instructions for joining the webinar.

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Add to Calendar 2021-05-24 00:00:00 2021-05-24 00:00:00 Webinar: Wintle v Nye. 24 May 2021 Time: 6.00pm (GMT+1/BST) Duration: 1:00:00 Event Focus Wintle v Nye:  The story of a distinguished cavalry officer who made legal history, and its relevance to charity law (and beyond) today Wintle v Nye [1959] 1 WLR 284 is known today as the foundation of the modern law of knowledge and approval. Peter Jeffreys TEP, Partner, Wilsons Solicitors LLP, will explore in depth the extraordinary story behind this leading case. After his victory in the case Colonel A D Wintle became something of a celebrity, and this talk aims to revive his reputation as well as reviewing the law on knowledge and approval and its relevance to charity practitioners. Speaker Peter Jeffreys TEP, Partner, Wilsons Solicitors LLP Kindly Hosted By Maurice Turnor Gardner Joining Instructions To join the webinar at the designated time, prior registration is required. Please register your interest in attending the webinar by emailing Elisabeth Tooms, STEP Charities-UK SIG Executive Secretary, at [email protected]  Following registration, registrants will receive an email containing instructions for joining the webinar. DATA PROTECTION NOTICE: By registering for the event you are consenting to have your details stored on our database. Charities UK SIG Charities UK SIG Europe/London public