22 April 2013
Sarah and Dawn Goodman for the successful beneficiaries in The Matter of the A Trust  JRC 169A, where the Royal Court of Jersey made new law on the scope of the duties of trust protectors and the grounds on which they may be removed from office. The Royal Court found that, as with trustees, the correct test for removal of a protector arises from Letterstedt v Broers. Due not only to the protector’s misunderstanding his duties to his beneficiaries but also his failure to keep a watchful eye on the trustee’s management of the trusts, the Royal Court suspended his powers and removed him from office.
England and Wales, 2012
‘Fault Lines – Kennedy v Kennedy  expands the horizons of the doctrine of mistake’, Trust and Estates - May 2015, o-author
T’he Protector - Who holds the gun?’, STEP journal - October 2013, co-author
‘The Protector’s Republic’, Trust and Estates - June 2013, co-author
Pernicious Protector, Dangerous Peer - June 2013