EU & UK outline negotiating positions on future relationship

Yesterday, the European Commission issued a press release setting out a recommendation to the European Council to begin negotiations on the future relationship with the UK. The recommendation includes the draft text of the negotiating directives; these set out the parameters of the future relationship that the EU wishes to have with the UK (e.g. … Read more

Brexit’s happened – What now for pension schemes and sponsors?

The UK exited the EU at 11pm on 31 January 2020. Although the UK’s exit from the EU last Friday does not have an immediate impact on pension law and regulation in the UK, as more details emerge of the likely nature of the UK’s future relationship with the EU, pension scheme sponsors and trustees … Read more

What’s on the horizon for pensions litigation in 2020?

2019 was a busy year for pension litigators, with key judgments being handed down in a number of significant cases, including Safeway v Newton (validity of retrospective equalisation of normal pension age), Granada UK Rental & Retail Ltd v The Pensions Regulator (validity of financial support direction) and BIC v Burgess (validity of amendment of … Read more