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Employment law update — amendments to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act; increase in earning threshold; and more
Eversheds has released the August 2014 issue of its Employment law update.
Just more than four years ago, the government announced that the CPI would be used in place of the RPI for determining pension increases in the public sector.
Eversheds construction expert Michael Conroy has commented on the latest projections for future UK construction industry growth.
From April 2015, individuals will have total freedom over how they use their pension savings.
Eversheds has announced the launch of Pathway: a service for pension schemes wishing to carry out a buy-in or buyout.
Eversheds’ Claire Carroll has commented following news that several websites have been frozen as part of a campaign against pension liberation schemes.
Eversheds has commented on the UK chancellor’s statement summarising the key elements of the Treasury’s response to its consultation on the changes to tax rules for DC pensions.
The summer edition of Eversheds’ UK Pensions Agenda is out. It summarises 10 key issues affecting UK pension plans and plan sponsors.
The Pensions Regulator has published a new code of practice on funding defined benefits ’to minimise any adverse impact on the sustainable growth of an employer’.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has issued a consultation paper setting out its proposed levy framework for the three levy years from April 2015 onwards.
The Supreme Court has ruled that a fixed-salary partner who was a member of a limited liability partnership (LLP) was a ‘worker’ for employment law purposes.
The Pensions Regulator has published its first section 89 report relating to breaches of the automatic enrolment legislation.
Mr Justice Ryan has delivered judgment in a case concerning the refusal by Canada Life to facilitate an overseas transfer of PRSA assets to a Maltese pension arrangement.
Pensions speedbrief — scheme closures and benefit changes: High Court sheds light on some dos and don’ts
This speedbrief looks at IBM UK v Dalgleish and its practical implications for employers and trustees who are considering DB benefit change exercises.
The High Court has found that an employer had breached its implied duty of good faith in the way it went about closing its DB schemes to the future accrual of benefits.
On 6 April 2011, the default retirement age of 65 at which employers could lawfully require their employees to retire was abolished in the UK.
In the 2014 Budget, several changes to the tax rules for DC pensions were announced that will give greater flexibility to individuals saving in DC pension plans.
Eversheds has announced new senior office partner roles for the firm’s London, Newcastle, Nottingham and Cardiff offices. The changes will take effect as of 1 May 2014.
According to Francois Barker, head of pensions at Eversheds, the increased flexibility of new UK pensions changes announced in the 2014 Budget may not be available to all.
Eversheds believes the proposed new Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision (IORP) Directive is far too detailed and prescriptive.