Susan Jones

Nabarro LLP


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Sex based annuity rates: outlawed from December 2012

European Union, United Kingdom - March 25 2011 The Court of Justice of the European Union has followed the Opinion of the Advocate-General in the case of Test-Achats (reported in the October 2010 Pensions update) and concluded that the current derogation from the requirement not to discriminate on the grounds of sex in relation to insurance premiums is to be removed from 21 December 2012.

Kate Richards

Pension schemes as super-creditors: Court of Appeal rules in Nortel and Lehman Brothers

United Kingdom - November 29 2011 This appeal was brought by the insolvency practitioners dealing with the Nortel and Lehman Brothers companies.

Anne-Marie Winton

Overturning trustee decisions: after Hastings-Bass

United Kingdom - March 25 2011 Those attempting to reverse a decision of trustees have, since 1975, invoked "the rule in Hastings-Bass".

Kate Richards

Inheritance tax: HMRC takes a tough line on pension benefits

United Kingdom - May 27 2010 The Tax Tribunal has dismissed an appeal by the executors of a deferred pensioner against liability to inheritance tax (IHT) on undrawn retirement benefits.

Kate Richards

What exactly is an “employer”: the High Court provides some answers in the Pilots’ case

United Kingdom - July 22 2010 Mr Justice Warren has delivered his eagerly anticipated judgment in the Pilots' case (more properly referred to as PNPF Trust Company Limited v Taylor and others).

Kate Richards