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Norton Rose Fulbright | USA | 22 Jan 2008

Pension schemes and US class actions

Warnings have appeared in the legal press that pension schemes may be losing out on damages awarded by US courts in relation to successful class actions unless they have a framework in place to recover any such proceeds awarded.


Norton Rose Fulbright | United Kingdom | 7 Aug 2007

Changing hats: pension schemes and conflicts of interest

Traditionally, the directors and senior management of companies have played some part in the running of the company’s pension scheme, including acting either as individual trustees or as directors of a corporate trustee of that scheme.

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