Review of Reviews: “Trusting Trust,” Kan. L. Rev., Vol. 63 (2015)

Review of Reviews: “Trusting Trust,” Kan. L. Rev., Vol. 63 (2015)

Deborah S. Gordon, professor of law at Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law in Philadelphia

In her excellent article, “Trusting Trust,” Professor Deborah S. Gordon discusses the importance of a new look at actions by trustees in how they manage and perceive their role. The author explains how the traditional role of a trustee is often viewed in conflict with the expectations of the beneficiaries and overall fiduciary law, leaning towards the insight that a trustee generally provides less information than is useful to the beneficiaries. Such tension between the trustee

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