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Managing UK pensions risk: new Pensions Regulator powers and criminal offences

United Kingdom - January 14 2020 Following the General Election, the government has reintroduced the Pension Schemes Bill (the ‘Bill’) into Parliament....

Lauren Jackson, Ben Morgan, Dawn Heath, Andrew Murphy, Charles Magoffin.

Managing pensions risk: new Pensions Regulator powers and criminal offences

United Kingdom - January 13 2020 High profile insolvencies in the UK over the last few years have demonstrated that corporate groups can face intense and sometimes highly public...

Lauren Jackson, Ben Morgan, Dawn Heath, Andrew Murphy, Charles Magoffin.

What's New in the world of work?

USA, Netherlands, Russia, Austria, Spain, United Kingdom, Belgium, European Union, France, Germany, Italy - December 20 2019 Welcome to our international quarterly newsletter. This Winter 2019 edition reports on a number of labour and employment law developments happening...

Harriet Gaillard, Howard Klein, Julia Förster, Stephanie Chiu, Nicola Jones, Bruno Aguirre, Juan Pastor, Elizabeth Forster, Jeffrey Anand, Kevin Kay, Laura Llangozi, Annabelle Hamelin, Sophie Muuss, Giovanni Gaudio, Marcus Symonds, Jean-François Gerard, Olga Chislova, Laura Chapman.

UK Pensions: Conservative majority paves the way for new criminal offences

United Kingdom - December 13 2019 Now that the election results have been confirmed, and the Conservative Party has secured a majority, we are expecting the Conservative Party to...

Dawn Heath, Charles Smye.

UK Pensions: will a new government potentially criminalise legitimate corporate activity?

United Kingdom - December 2 2019 With the General Election taking place in less than two weeks’ time, the Conservative Party’s manifesto confirmed last week that, if elected, it...

Dawn Heath, Charles Smye.