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Russell Adams v Carey Pensions: What does it mean for SIPP operators?

We review the long awaited judgment and give our view on the key takeaways for SIPP operators and potential areas for future regulatory development as a result
26 May 2020

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Burges Salmon Pensions team shortlisted for 'European Pensions Law Firm of the Year' award

The firm has been named as a finalist at the European Pensions Awards 2020 in recognition of its trusted international reputation
20 April 2020

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Burges Salmon Pensions team shortlisted in UK Pensions Awards 2020

The firm has been nominated in the category ‘Pensions Lawyers of the Year’ at the 2020 UK Pensions Awards
20 March 2020

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Burges Salmon nominated for Law Firm of the Year at Pensions Age Awards 2020

Pensions Age has announced Burges Salmon as a nominee for Law Firm on the Year at its 2020 awards, recognising the firm’s specialist expertise in the sector
17 December 2019

Safeway Ltd v Newton & Other: Advocate General Tanchev of the CJEU delivers his opinion

Advocate General proposes EU law prohibition on retrospectively introducing equality in retirement ages applies even where such change was permissible under UK law.

28 March 2019

Enforcing pension obligations: the Pensions Regulator needs a flexible time limit

We outline the argument for adding a secondary limitation period for the Pensions Regulator to issue a Contribution Notice or Financial Support Direction, its strongest enforcement measures.
24 July 2018

Beddoe orders – litigation costs protection for Pension Scheme Trustees

Everything Pension Scheme Trustees need to know about making a successful application for a Beddoe order.
05 February 2018

Employer duties: Court of Appeal decisions signal a more pragmatic approach

The court has ruled on how employers’ duties to employees affect pension obligations. These cases are important for employers who have taken action to manage final salary pension liabilities.
14 August 2017

A wintry flurry of pensions cases – just what you wanted for Christmas?

Dispute Resolution Festive Forecast: today, we look at key pensions disputes before the Courts in the coming months.
06 December 2016

Nine important pensions cases to watch

Some like Steria, United Biscuits and IBM could have an impact beyond the schemes involved.
16 November 2016

Recovering overpayment of pension

Trustees who have overpaid pension should give early consideration to legal steps to protect their right to recover the excess.
16 November 2016

Rectification cases – greater openness required

The Court sets guidelines for pension scheme rectification claims without a public court hearing, marking a shift in approach to rectification cases.
03 August 2016
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