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Nabarro LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Jun 2011

Automatic enrolment: more news

Last month’s Pensions Update reported a number of developments, including DWP guidance for employers and the Pensions Regulator’s five-step checklist for employers.


Nabarro LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Apr 2011

No more second bites for trustees: the end of the rule in Hastings-Bass

The rule in Hastings-Bass had been settled law for many years.


Nabarro LLP | United Kingdom | 25 Mar 2011

Overturning trustee decisions: after Hastings-Bass

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


Nabarro LLP | United Kingdom | 21 Dec 2010

Compromise of disputed entitlements is not a surrender: Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal has given a decision on a point of law arising out of the recent case of HR Trustees v German.


Nabarro LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Jan 2010

Trustees are not obliged to offer benefit improvements: High Court rules on post-A-Day requirements

In an interesting case (Power v Open Text 2009 EWHC 3064), the High Court was asked to consider whether trustees have any obligation to make post-A-Day improvements to scheme benefits - it looked at trustee obligations to consider benefit improvements and the purpose of a power of amendment.


Nabarro LLP | United Kingdom | 31 May 2008

Corporate trustees High Court confirms protection

It has always been difficult for beneficiaries to bring a claim against the directors of a corporate trustee as they benefit from the protection of the “corporate veil”.


Nabarro LLP | United Kingdom | 2 Mar 2007

Age discrimination - what it means for pension schemes

From 1 December 2006, employers must ensure that pension provision for their employees does not breach age discrimination requirements.

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