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Dentons | United Kingdom | 26 Apr 2011

The Prudential case: a legal breath of fresh air

The High Court gave judgment on 14 April in a marathon case between the Prudential and members of its pension scheme over pension increases.


Mayer Brown | United Kingdom | 11 Mar 2011

Hastings Bass

A recent Court of Appeal ruling will make it harder for trustees to unscramble past decisions.


Day Pitney LLP | USA | 10 Oct 2010

Michaud v. Forcier

In Michaud v. Forcier, Case No. 09-P-392, 2010 Mass. App. LEXIS 1296 (Oct. 5, 2010), the Appeals Court affirmed a decision of the probate court reforming the schedule of beneficiaries of a nominee trust and ordering the repayment of funds withdrawn from a joint account.


Kelley Drye & Warren LLP | USA | 6 Aug 2010

Trust without an interest in plan benefits has no Section 502(a)(1)(B) claim

Ronald Lehn was employed at a General Electric Company facility in Ottawa, Illinois and participated in the company's retirement plan.


RPC | United Kingdom | 12 Jul 2010

Scottish ruling on equalisation may help employers with Scottish schemes

This case was heard in the Court of Session in Scotland and, like the previous English case of Independent Trustees Services Ltd v Knell, involved equalisation of normal retirement dates for men and women under the scheme rules.


Wedlake Bell | United Kingdom | 21 Jul 2009

Implications of outsourcing for trustees

Given the need to reduce costs, outsourcing to non-UK locations has become commonplace in the field of pensions administration.


Gowling WLG | United Kingdom | 16 Jul 2009

Restrictive covenants - benefits of a covenant did not run with the land

In Norwich City College of Further and Higher Education v McQuillan and anr, the college wanted to redevelop its campus.


WeirFoulds LLP | Canada | 10 Feb 2009

Shareholder agreements gone wrong

Any person advising shareholders of private corporations needs to pay careful heed to the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Frye v. Frye which makes it clear that clauses in Letters Patent and shareholder agreements restricting share transfers do not prevent shareholders bequeathing their shares in a manner inconsistent with those documents.

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